28 Extremely Cozy Fireplace Reading Nooks For Curling Up In

If you love reading books than this fantastic collection of cozy fireplaces accented by reading nooks will be sure to inspire you for your own home. Nothing is more ideal during these cold winter months then curling up next to a fire to enjoy both its warmth and ambiance. Add a cozy seating area next to your fireplace, a textured throw and somewhere to store books and you have an ideal setting for book lovers. Have a look below for some fantastic ideas to create a cozy reading nook in your home next to your fireplace… Readers, don’t forget to let us know which one is your favorite and why in the Comments below!

Note: In case you missed it, have a look at another inspiring fireplace article that we have featured here on Fitflopsale-Singapore: 44 Ultra cozy fireplaces for winter hibernation.

1. This cozy living room features a chunky knit rug from Restoration Hardware and a tassel throw blanket from Anthropologie. Gel fuel has been placed in the fireplace and lit up to have a cozy fire (ideal for a non-working fireplace). The gel crackles and heats up the room without any fumes! (via )

2. A rustic living room with a stone clad fireplace and built-in nook. The masonry heater source is by Thermal Mass Inc. out of Dalton, NH. The sconces on either side of the fireplace are Arroyo Craftsman ‘Simplicity” model #SS-1 BG-SN-MB with an Art glass shade, color: Sand (SN), cone-shaped, mounted shade UP. (via )

3. This fireplace was hand shaped and dry stacked by an artisan mason. It is 60% Frontier Sq-Rec mixed with 40% Frontier Bed Face Ledge. It was procured through Marenakos Stone in Preston, WA. The wall/ceiling color is Stingray 1529 | Benjamin Moore. (via )

4. The built-in sofa is 38″ wide, while the depth of the book-case depth is 12″. The wood species is Douglas Fir. There is storage in the inglenook. By removing the upholstered pads, you can lift the hinged lid. Ideal for storing extra sheets, comforters and pillows. The window trim is pine with a clear coat. The fireplace is from . (via )

5. This traditional style living room features a gas fireplace with white surround sitting area. A cozy nook with a built-in shelf above is adjacent to the fireplace. (via )

6. A bench around a fireplace is known as an inglenook. This space provides an inviting spot for some much-needed warmth on a chilly winter’s day. In this space you will find h cushion-topped wooden benches that are surrounded by built-in shelving filled with books — an ideal spot for curling up with a good read! (via )

7. A cozy built-in window seat next to a fireplace in a Nashville, Tennessee home is ideal for warmth during the cold winter months. The wall sconce above the reading nook is from . (via )

8. A cozy library space for curling up with a good book in front of the fireplace. This home is located in Winchester, Hampshire. (via @)

9. Nestled along Lake Placid, New York, this cozy fireplace nook is located in a lodge, ideal after playing outdoors on a cold winters day. The lodge is surrounded by dense forest and flanked by majestic mountains and rivers. (via )

10. In Bedford, New York, a small farmhouse features this cozy family room with a built-in window seat next to a fireplace. The paint color is Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe. Hanging above the fireplace is the Superordinate Antler Sconce from Roll & Hill.  (via )

11. A rustic english cottage features a stacked stone fireplace in the living room with an adjacent built-in window nook. Small built-in shelves are ideal for storing collections of books for curling up with a good read. (via )

12. An Arts & Crafts living room in Minneapolis features a built-in nook next to the fireplace. A tufted high back cushion is approx. 4′ wide by 3.5′ tall. The buttons are approx. 3/4″. Cushions includes green ombré pillows from Pier 1 and a custom floral pillow. The wall sconce is from , Minneapolis, MN. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore Sandpiper, and the fireplace wall is Benjamin Moore Cromwell Gray. (via )

13. A charming Hudson Valley home features a cozy living room with exposed beams, brick fireplace and built-in reading nook. Open storage underneath the seat offers space for firewood and books. The light fixture is the Arc Mid-Century Sconce – Double (Antique Bronze) and the Souk Wool Rug — both from West Elm. (via )

14. This living room features various shades of a single color to pull the space together. The use of varying textures helps to prevent monotony. An accent chair flanking the fireplace provides the ideal spot to get cozy warmth while reading a good book. (via )

15. A South Carolina getaway features a crab trap side table and a lamp — both sourced from a local boutique. The table and lamp bookends a shabby chic chaise lounge in this comfortable living room. (via )

16. A cozy reading nook corner of this Texas living room features a built-in bookshelf with farmhouse decor. The slip-covered armchair in oatmeal is sourced from Pottery Barn. Curl up with the cozy Trestles Oversize Throw Blanket, in Blush from Pom Pom at Home. The decorative eucalyptus ladder is from , as is the Macrame Seagrass Bianca Tote Basket. (via @)

17. In this Aptos, California home the living room fireplace design features blonde stacked stone backed by unfinished wood-paneled walls and an industrial-style flue. (via )

18. An alcove next to the living room fireplace was transformed into a cozy place to curl up with a book. A DIY weathered wood wall was added as an accent to the space. Illuminating overhead is a 3-Light Mission Bronze Light by allen + roth. Below the bench is space to store books. Get the DIY tutorial at the provided link. (via )

19. The painted brick fireplace with a custom white oak mantel is the focal point of this family room. The fireplace is flanked by a charming window seat on side and a 10-foot tall bookcase on the other. The window seat is the perfect spot to curl up with a good book, while the two library sconces offer the perfect reading light. (via )

20. This contemporary fireplace is accented by built-ins on either side, ideal for storing books in the open shelving. Pillows set on top of the built-ins creates a comfortable nook for reading (via )

21. Extra storage is created next to the fireplace with a bench that conceals valuable storage space under the seat. Above the seat are bookshelves, ideal for this cozy nook. A chaise lounge next to the window provides a comfortable sitting area to enjoy reading with plenty of natural light. (via )

22. A cozy fireplace reading nook in a home in San Francisco, California. The mid-century leather chair is from West Elm. (via )

23. This home library features sustainable materials such as recycled lumber to panel the walls and construct the fireplace mantel. The red armchair with a 19th-century side table creates a comfortable place to read in front of the fire.  The light fixture is a Scheherazade silk lamp from Fortuny. (via )

24. Transform your bedroom into a decadent reading retreat with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, a fireplace, and an elegant chandelier. (via )

25. In the living room of this Texas home is a cozy library wall with a comfortable armchair set in front. The fireplace mantel is original to the home, refinished and moved to be part of the library wall. (via )

26. On a sloping site in western North Carolina, this study features a limestone inglenook hidden behind a panel off the living room. The orange blanket is by Rani Arabella. Designed by Ruard Veltman Architecture. (via )

27. This cozy cabin features the perfect reading nook for those chilly winter evenings. (via )

28. This traditional Victorian home in Wellesley, Massachusetts home features a living room full of colorful accents and playful patterns. A fireplace is flanked by a built-in window seat that is perfect for curling up with a good book. (via )

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