We can all agree — too many closets is a good problem to have. Tanya decided to trade the closed storage for more square footage in her home office. See how she transformed it after the jump: READ MORE »
The company wanted to split its digital and book lines into two companies, but who'll buy into the flailing Nook business?
It appears that there were not many Nooks under Christmas trees this year. Barnes & Noble's beleaguered line of Nook tablets and e-readers had a terrible fourth quarter. On Thursday, the company…
Barnes & Noble’s retail business, which include in-store and online sales, reported $1.1 billion in holiday sales which includes receipts for the nine-week holiday period ending January 3, 2015. Excluding the NOOK business, this represents...Show More Summary
In this clever strategy, a cozy sleeping nook is built into a wall of storage cabinets, combining functions and saving space.
This back-to-school season, we want just one thing: a vintage card catalog. Our Kindles may keep us far away from the library these days, but the nostalgia of searching through actual "nooks" using the Dewey decimal system is hard to forget. Show More Summary
I get the sense that we have some avid readers here on Apartment Therapy. The discarding, collection, and hoarding of books are always contentious topics, and many of our house tours feature cozy areas designed for reading. So if you're a reader, where do you do most of your reading? READ MORE »
I don't know about you, but my kids' bedrooms always seem to get overtaken by new toys, clothes, and books after the holidays are over. And if your house is anything like mine (read: tiny), you're probably fresh out of nooks and crannies to stash them in. Show More Summary
Photo by Espen Grønli via Domaine If there's any place worth giving up running water and electricity for, it might just be this one-room cottage on a 200-year-old Norwegian farm. Restored by Norwegian author and preservation enthusiast Else Rønnevig, the...
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Queen beds are tucked into cozy nooks within these chalet-inspired built-in organizing solutions for two tiny bedrooms.
Our breakfast nook was a blank shell, Kevin made the whole thing. The walls are old barn wood. My home includes, myself, husband, Kevin, 15-year-old son, Emmett and 12-year-old daughter Ruby, and black lab, Jack, cat, Chester and parakeet, Edith. READ MORE »
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Barnes & Noble has agreed to buy back Pearson’s piece of the Nook business. According to the agreement, Barnes & Noble will pay $13,750,008.59 in cash and 602,927 shares of common stock. Pearson follows Microsoft out of the Nook business. The...Show More Summary
Over the past few years, eBooks have gone from a novel idea to a broadly embraced alternative to print literature. Devices like the Nook and the Kindle have become commonplace — but they’re not the only option if you’re looking to see what eBooks have to offer. Show More Summary
Though many are saying that the e-reader is on its way out, voracious readers will say that nothing compares to the e-reader when one wants to settle down with a good e-book in a quiet corner.
The move follows an exit by Microsoft from Nook earlier this month.
Barnes & Noble today announced it’s reached a deal with Pearson to repurchase the company’s stake in Nook Media for $27.7 million. The agreement closely follows a simiar deal with Microsoft, and will enable Barnes & Noble to spin-off its Nook business. The company originally sold a five percent stake in Nook Media to Pearson about two years […]
Barnes & Noble Inc., the largest U.S. bookstore chain, bought back Pearson Plc's stake in its Nook Media e-reader division for about $28 million, giving it complete ownership of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
If you’re having a difficult time falling asleep after reading a few chapters of the latest can’t-put-it-down book, the bright light emitted from your eReader may to blame. The Wall Street Journal reports that a study [PDF] from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston – published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences – added … [More]