Coastal reading/sleeping nook
Annie Schlecter

Nap Time Nook

To build a relaxing little nook into one of the crannies of your home, try a using a daybed (or twin bed, for that matter) that gives the illusion of a built-in window seat. Add an interesting rug, cocktail table and pillows and you’ve got the makings of an additional bedroom—or in this case, a sunroom, perfect for cozying up with a book or stealing an afternoon snooze. 


green day bed
Courtesy CB2

Daydreaming

As comfortable as it is stylish, this daybed not only converts to a side-by-side double bed, it also serves as an analyst-style lounge by day for the ultimate versatility.  

Lubi Olive Daybed, $799 
Available at CB2 

 


nautical marine wall sconce light
Courtesy Circa Lighting

Light Bright

We love the look of this indoor-outdoor marine wall light, which has both nautical appeal and quiet sophistication.

Marine Wall Light, $315 
Available at Circa Lighting

 


red stripe indoor outdoor rug
Courtesy Pottery Barn

Strike a Cord

You can’t go wrong with a hand-woven cotton rug underfoot that’s not only reversible but also sturdy enough to resist stains and vibrant in color.   

Corded Stripe Indoor/Outdoor Rug in Red, from $49 
Available at Pottery Barn 

 


wicker ottoman
Courtesy Crate & Barrel

Taking Sides

An ottoman with an hourglass figure adds interest and intrigue to a relaxing space, pulling triple duty as seat, side table, or footrest.

Wicker Natural Ottoman, $129 
Available at Crate & Barrel 

 


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