The Window Seat

Check out this collection of intimate and stylish built-in window seats. They have useful characteristics and can be very comfortable, turning spaces under windows and empty stairwells into functional seating and hidden storage compartments. Particulary, when sandwiched between floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, a sunny window seat provides a great place to read in any bedroom, library, or living room. As well as another great space-saving solution for smaller breakfast nooks and bay window walls. Need an extra bed but no space to fully furnish? A built-in seat can easily convert into a daybed with the maximum support and comfort as a twin mattress. What do you think of these solutions in the series below? Would you consider this custom addition to your home? 

{Image Source: John B. Murray Architect}

{Image Source: John B. Murray Architect}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Courtney Giles Interior Design, Atlanta, GA}

{Image Source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Magazine}

{Image Source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Magazine}

{Image Source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Magazine}

{Image Source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Magazine}

{Image Source: Traditional Home}

{Image Source: Traditional Home}

{Image Source: Decor Pad}

{Image Source: Decor Pad}

{Image Source: Architecture Art Designs}

{Image Source: Architecture Art Designs}

{Image Source: Traditional Home}

{Image Source: Traditional Home}

{Image Source: Old House Online}

{Image Source: Old House Online}


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