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20 Inspiring and Beautiful Window Seats
While we’re dreaming of houses with oodles of window seats, why not put one on the staircase or landing? Dream big right? (image source)
Alisa Burke shared the colorful and bright built in window seat. I love the lively colors and patterns — and the curtains are a nice way to handle the bay window.
A window seat doesn’t have to be some spacious thing on a large picture window. This little nook tucked away with some books looks perfect to me! (image source)
A built-in window seat BED. With bookshelves. And look at that curved ceiling! Heaven. (via This Old House)
PS: Check out more built-in beds here.
An inset window seat bench with shutters makes for a perfect breakfast nook. Sign me up! (via House and Home)
PS: See more lovely windowed banquettes here.
Love the non-traditional look of this window seat. Stained wood is lovely, and the floating bench is nicely sleek and modern. (via The Brick House)
A sorta window seat in the entry way… I just love this look. (via This Old House)
Give me a set of arched windows and a window seat. And did you see the little doors on the window seat? It’s all about the details. (image source)
We built a similar bench in our great wall of built-ins. Loved the storage, loved the look.
A window seat is the perfect place for all the random storage — toys, blankets, etc. But what about files? And wrapping paper?!? Brilliant. (via This Old House)
This filing cabinet window seat isn’t quite as snazzy as the previous one, but it would be an easier job to retrofit an existing window seat with a system like this (via Martha Stewart).
How about combining storage drawers with a small desk? This look is wonderful! (via Justina Blakeney)
A corner of windows needs a soft seat! I would love to have this in my kitchen. (via Houzz)
A built-in banquette window seat plus shallow display shelves makes this little kitchen shine! (via Decor8)
Often radiators are beneath windows, right where you want a window seat. This Old House offers a lattice vented bench as a solution to the problem!
And for those poor souls who rent or otherwise can’t have the dreamy window seat of their dreams — just use a bench! This cedar chest looks great and provides the same basic purpose. (via BHG)
And you can even build a bench like this following the tutorial from Four Generations One Roof.
So, which window are you adding a window seat? 🙂