Whether your petite space needs some extra seating or you’re craving a cozy nook, the window seat is a functional solution to many aspects of home design. Top it with a plush throw or surround it with a table and chairs–the window seat shines in many ways.
You can build a window seat in every room. This amazing invention will give a pleasant look to your bedroom, living room, and your home office too. Besides, a wonderful place for relaxation, creating a window seat offers you other benefits:
You will have extra storage items and shelves for keeping your books.
They are easy to make and you can do it through yourself. Be innovative and find inspiration from these examples and make an amazing DIY window seat.
You will enter a room with a magnificent look with a view to pleasure all of your own circle of relatives and your guests
You don’t need to personalize furniture or invest in built-ins to have a show-stopping window seat. Interior designer Janie Molster slid a settee into the space created through the angled bay windows. Then, she painted the surrounding walls an energetic shade of flamingo pink, perfectly complementing the red stripes and softened by the gray and white curtains that make this little nook even more intimate. This will be an ideal appearance of the window seating for any of the room
You do not want a ton of area for a window studying corner. In fact, squeezing right into a tiny area is what units nooks apart. Case in point? This peaceful blue area designed through Elizabeth Cooper. In this case you appearance closely, you may see the indoors cabinets integrated for extra books
A cozy nook includes a rustic daybed cushion in a Holland and Sherry fabric, topped with a blanket and pillows in earthy tones. A reading light shines overhead, perfect for snuggling up with a good book
ELONGATED WINDOW SEAT
In a mid-century modern bachelor pad, designer Emilie Munroe adds a spacious window seat that spans the length of the living room’s wall.
SHADES OF PINK
In jewelry designer Irene Neuwirth’s Los Angeles home, texture and layers envelop the living room with coziness. The window seat is topped with a warm array of pink velvet pillows; a collection of books are stored below
HANG A LIGHT
Cameron Ruppert created cohesion with a corresponding duvet cover, throw pillow, and wallpaper. The light blue-gray and greens are ideal for a bedroom and the sloped ceilings around the window seat make it extra cozy. A pedant hanging right above the nook acts as an extra reading light, too
PLAY IT UP!
The ceiling above the window seat gets the funhouse treatment in this charming bathroom. Mimicking a circus tent but with a nautical flair, the bold turquoise and white stripes bring the space to life.
“When you have a unique ceiling, play it up even more with colors”
If you want your window seat to do more than just sit and look pretty, put it to work with built-in storage. Cameron Ruppert outfitted this one with nine drawers and two cabinets
MODERN POLKA DOTS
A thinly striped cushion and polka dot walls come together in this mudroom’s window seat, where a modern beach house style unites with traditional vintage charm
Sky-high ceilings and oversized windows flood this stairwell with natural light, creating the perfect atmosphere for relaxing on the window seat.