The cold weather seemingly traps us inside and subtly tells us to pick up a book and get cozy. There's nothing better than being wrapped up in a warm blanket and sipping hot tea or coffee, all while being enthralled by the plot of your novel. An in-home library is a luxury that almost anyone can create. Here are some of our favorite that are so appealing on these freezing cold, rainy days. Image courtesy of Pinterest. Easy Breezy I know we're thinking the same thing right about now... why can't it be warm enough for the breeze on a warm, sunny day to gust in through an open door or window, fluttering the pages of our books while continuous bird chirps remind us of the beautiful season we're in? Sigh... all we can do is wait patiently and start creating these spaces just in time for us to enjoy. This specific vignette idyllically captures this feeling's essence. The set of chaise lounges arranged with a side table and tall floor lamp allows one to recline and relax comfortably, while also being charming and extremely put together. Shop the look! Image courtesy of Pinterest. Organized Chaos I get it, this style may not appeal to all. Some may say this is
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