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This is a perfect combo of my two favorite ideas for that space under the stairs leading to the basement. A reading nook AND book storage and shelves . assuming that there is enough space for this there.
Creative ideas for using the space under the stairs. Brilliant use of space! Not nuts about the bathroom idea though. I guess if you had a tiny home with no main floor powder room it could be workable.
CJWHO ™ (House G by Maxwan Architects + Urbanists) - Love open concept, and if you must have stairs, they should be open, as well! I love the idea of all the book shelves along the stairs.great use of space!