Delightful and cosy book nook dioramas

Delightful and cosy book nook dioramas

Here are some inspiring book dioramas and book nooks that I found on Reddit. You can actually buy book nooks already made in ETSY, as premade kits. You can also have a go at building them from scratch. I have a deep admiration for people who attempt these kinds of projects, it involves a lot of patience, dedication and passion. I think they look really amazing and are just perfect to sit in a gap in a book shelf! I wish I had enough self-discipline to make one of these…

Blade Runner Book Nook!

This one is definitely my favourite, what a work of art!

Dictionary book nook

Secret Garden…

Japanese alleyway

The fireplace library…

Lord of the Rings book nook…

Happy Potter book nook…

Which is the best one what do you think?

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2 thoughts on “Delightful and cosy book nook dioramas

  1. OMG, I love these! How did I not know about book nooks? If I didn’t have a book deadline, I’d be out in my garage crafting one of these RIGHT NOW. Thank you for posting!

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    1. Aw that’s so awesome Jonelle, when you do make it that would be really cool to see how you made it and the end result. 😊 Some of these really fire the imagination, I am considering making one too but yeah got no time at the moment.

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