LIVING WHITE ON WHITE

LIVING WHITE ON WHITE
White might be simple, but never dull.

Friday, December 16, 2011

WINTER WARMTH IS A WINDOW SEAT

 HOLIDAYS ARE ALL ABOUT WATCHING THE SNOW FALL FROM YOUR WINDOW SEAT

On a cold winter’s day, I can only dream of sitting in a snug window seat and dreamily staring out the window. It’s so holiday cheer to imagine looking unto the street and watching snowflakes drop one by one.
Although a bay window is a natural spot for a window seat, virtually any window is a candidate; especially when surrounded by built-ins to create a niche. Soft cushions to sit or lie on; read a book or just drink tea.
While the built-in window seat may have reached its height during the formalism of the Georgian period when tall, narrow sash windows were the norm, this intimate, backless seating nook can still be a smart, space-saving and stylish addition to the right room.
And by the way, window seats work well in warm weather too! Floridians, also like to snuggly read books and drink tea while having a beautiful view as their backdrop.






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