If you had unlimited resources, what kind of reading space would you create? Oh what a wonderful situation to find yourself in! Partnering with friends from ARHAUS, I had a blast creating my dream reading space. The possibilities are endless of course, however the pieces I chose are perfect for me and my reading habits. I imagine based on the descriptions and reviews that they are modern and still comfortable and homey for me and guests. Although it has been a few years since I studied Interior Design, I feel that any level of design we may have allows the pieces to be matched seamlessly, creating a personalized and beautiful space to tackle any to be read pile of books! Additionally, since I want to start my own literary-themed bed and breakfast, these pieces would be lovely additions to provide reading spaces for my guests 🙂
Without further ado, check out what furniture would make up my perfect dream reading space:
As some bookworms may attest to, we read at different angles! This sectional sofa allows for lounging and sitting to serve your comfort with a steaming cup of tea in one hand and an engrossing paperback in the other. This can be the centerpiece of the room because of its functionality – ARHAUS has a variety of Sectionals to choose from that fit your style and comfort! Add a pop of color with accented pillows to fit your style or even a fluffy blanket!
Who doesn’t want a laddered bookcase?!?! Although I love visiting libraries, I can recreate my own with this astonishing bookcase with plenty of room to add wine glasses and/or tea sets – perfect companions to the number of volumes that would adorn the shelves.
A couple of these sleek floor lamps add warmth to the space and provide the ambient atmosphere for a bookworm, potentially combined with soft classical or jazz music energizing the room for an overall welcoming environment.
I’m imagining placing ambient candles a small stack of Penguin classics on this coffee table. A touch of flowers in an elegant vase would tie the whole space together.
Now that you’ve seen my dream reading space, what would yours look like?