THE BOOK NOOK

I am a big fan of books – and I am now done with my studies, so now I can focus on reading for pure enjoyment. When I was a student I mostly ended up getting a lump in my stomach every time I focused my reading time on anything but uni work, a tiny voice in my head going “Oh dear – shouldn’t you be focusing on your law? Or maybe some psychology?”… Now I have graduated – I am a working person – I have time off – and it is time TOTALLY off! I can read again!  And I would love a reading nook or as I call it a book nook in my flat. To me books play an important part. I grew up in a house filled with books – my father is a book man – and I am following in his footsteps (besides the man part)… I started reading before I started school, and I would spend hours loosing myself in all these different worlds. I feel like it expanded my knowledge and my imagination, and I am so grateful to my parents for surrounding me with books from the start of my life. It is something I will carry on if I have children of my own, I used to read out loud to my horses – so I’ve had some training hehe. Here’s what I would like in my book nook…

1. Comfy seating… My tush needs comfort!

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2. Throws and other goodness to keep me warm and comfortable all through the year.

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3. An array of great books…

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The perfect book wall? I think it is pretty close…

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This would work in my flat – but it wouldn’t give enough space for books I love… Unfortunately.

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I love these shelves. . . Need more space between my floor and my ceiling though.

4. A lovely side-table to hold my tea and my glasses…

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These are pretty close to perfect.

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Put some books on and in it.

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I would adore this yellow side-table from HAY.

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Well that is my book nook dreaming for you . . . I’ll just keep dreaming til I come across something to kickstart me into book heaven!

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