Let’s Create A Comfortable Reading Spot At Home
A comfortable reading spot is a place where you can be comfortable and read, but how do you find it? Every person has different conditions under which he/she is able to read most effectively? What are your ideal conditions, and can you find your “reading spot” at your own home?
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If you still can’t find a reading spot at home, let’s make the spot which is great not only for reading, but also for talking on the phone, drawing, and listening to music. Almost anything you like to have a peaceful spot for doing you can do in your very own reading spot. Here are some steps you should do to create a comfortable reading spot at your home.
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- Find a good space for your spot, such as a corner, alcove, box or even a place in a closet. You may find it necessary to rearrange your bedroom furniture. Doing so will open up spaces that are good potential nooks. Pick a spot that’s as quiet as possible. You do not want a lot of loud noises, such as a radio or TV, to disturb your peaceful little getaway.
- Pull up a seat. A good chair is very important. Decide what kind of chair you want. Do you want a big fluffy chair that swallows you up? Do you want a chair that you can curl up in? Do you prefer a bunch of pillows on the floor or a beanbag instead? Or do you like to sprawl across a long seat that lifts you up as if bobbing on a salty sea?
- Get a table or nightstand for your reading spot. This will help keep it organized and give you a place to set a cup of jelly or hold your book when you’re away. It is also helpful to include a little holder for pencils and a small notepad, for those moments of inspiration that may hit you while you read.
- Lighten things up. A simple lamp will do, as long as it is adjustable. Another option is to buy a desk lamp. You do not want anything too bright, but having a light that is too dim will make it that much harder to see the print. For daytime reading, nothing beats glorious daylight but if it is too bright, pull across the curtains or some other barrier which can prevent the direct sunlight from beaming onto your reading matter and sending you into a snoozy daydream.
- Make it comfortable. The most important part of a reading spot is comfort. It must be something that appeals to you and encourages you to curl up in it time after time. Think of softness and textures that delight you. Surround yourself with the things that make you the most comfortable, such as a plushy throw or soft pillows. Use colors, patterns and textures that make you feel safe and warm. Do not use anything that you do not like or gives you an unsettling feeling.
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Reading has always been an important part of learning and an enjoyable pastime. Comfortable reading spot provides convenience, quiet places to retreat to and curl up with a good book.