• Enoch Lee

Transform a Nook for Under $100

Have that corner or odd space in your house that just looks a bit empty? That makes you uncomfy everytime you look at it? We know. We’ve been there, so we came up with some creative inexpensive ideas to pull the room together and add a splash of personality that fits various lifestyles and tastes.

Farmhouse Entryway

Farmhouse Design, Entryway, Boho style, interior design
Making Manzanita, by Chelsea

A solid pine bench begins the transformation of a drab entryway and adds a farmhouse vibe that ties it all together. To add some functionality and style to the space consider some rustic double coat hooks and finish it off with a rope basket or plant!

Cost: $88

Minimalist Nightstand

Woodek Design

Have an empty nook next to your bed that's kind of just...there? Pair a modern white nightstand with a minimalist lamp, maybe even a bundle of wheat stalks and boom! A set that cozies up the room and provides the perfect stand for your nightly read, phone, or aroma therapys.

Cost: $88

Reading Corner

The goal is a stylish, cozy spot to plop down with a good book and maybe a hot cup of coffee. A modern accent chair paired with a sherpa throw blanket creates the perfect setup. If you're spicing it up even more consider adding a minimalist table, complimenting the chair and creating space for plants, lamps, or drinks!

Cost: $100

Cafe Corner

Tiffany/Off Beat

Have a full length window that looks a bit drab? Instead of just stylish curtains, what about making it a functional, instagram worthy cafe corner! This is a super simple transformation that creates a special spot for breakfast, coffee breaks, or chats with a friend. World market offers a selection of organic edge wood along with mounting brackets that will fit most windows. Pair the mango wood walnut finish shelf with some walnut stools from Amazon and there you have it!

Cost: $84

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