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October 2, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Top 10 Places to Plonk Your Cultured Derriere

My motto in life is: If in doubt, sit down! This way I don’t have to do any of that silly, standing about waiting nonsense, that no-one really likes (no matter what they say). Another of my rules for life is: always have a book with you. So, with that in mind, these are some places that I would like to sit and read:

1.321__gadimg – Amazing grass chair. I made something like this out of sand once but sadly, however hard I tried, I could not take it with me when I left the beach. I think the only way this chair could be improved is by putting a grass table next to it to hold my cocktails.

2.Curved-Lounge-Chair-With-Built-In-Book-Storage – This way I wouldn’t even have to move when I finish a book!

– I feel like if I was sitting here no-one could find me and even if they did they wouldn’t be able to bear disturbing me because I would look so serene.


– more like a book bed but I am definitely not against those!


– Another cosy nook. If I’m not careful I am going to start crying because I don’t have a window seat.


Books – tick, foot stool – tick, squishy cushion – tick, heaven – tick.

7.reading hammock

I love hammocks. Apart from the getting in to them part.


Comfy and looking out onto a desert Island by the looks of it. Okay 🙂

9.soft-cloud-shaped-modern-chair-1 – because who doesn’t want to read on a cloud!



– This lady looks happy. She seems to have picked up a laptop, instead of a book, though by mistake.



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  1. Sherri / Oct 2 2013 1:44 pm

    i want to cry too because I don’t have window seat but have always wanted one 😦 Amazing ideas for chairs though!

    • ljbradburn / Oct 7 2013 4:35 pm

      Me too, I always remember reading, on a window seat, in a holiday home we stayed in in France. I have been smitten ever since! 🙂 x

      • Sherri / Oct 7 2013 6:56 pm

        Sounds heavenly 🙂 x

  2. calmgrove / Oct 3 2013 4:34 pm

    Three and five are my favourites. Mainly because our house includes both… And we have recently built a summer house where the hammock can go when it’s wet and cold!

    • ljbradburn / Oct 7 2013 4:34 pm

      ooooo I am so jealous! I’ll be round for a visit with my book then 😉

      • calmgrove / Oct 7 2013 7:39 pm

        Only one book?

  3. ljbradburn / Oct 24 2013 12:37 pm

    You’re right, what was I thinking, I will want to stay there for at least forever! 🙂

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