These daybeds featured in House and Home this month make me want to stop everything I'm doing, curl up and read for an entire afternoon. Rustic and cozy this is the perfect place to stretch out for long hours buried in the pages.
Not helped by the fact that I'm completely engrossed in my current book club selection. I'm in deep for this one. Cancel plans, put off responsibilities, don't answer my phone because I'm reading--kind of deep. Yesterday, I referenced one of the characters to the woman at the Deli as if I actually knew her.
Reading nooks have few basic requirements and the rest guilty design pleasure. Required: cozy seating, pillows for book propping, lighting, and of course...a place to set your drink.
Some reading inspired nooks:
If you're not in a book club, you should join one. Or better yet, start one and invite your friends and their friends. I have some good tips for getting one off the ground if you need them.
I'm in a book club with some of most hilarious, talented, interesting women I know and it brings ridiculous amounts of happiness to my life. Yoga relaxation x 5 in one evening. We're currently reading One Day by David Nicholls. Go pick up your copy, and then clear the next 3 days out of your schedule.