Do you remember the last time you sit with a book and dedicate your time to reading it? Sometimes there is nothing we want to do more than curl up with a book in our reading chair under the warm glow of our modern floor lamps. So, today we will give you some living room ideas to inspire you reading time.
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The all-white backdrop lets this mid-century modern floor lamp and reading chair stand out from the scene.
An antique floor lamp paired with an overstuffed Holly Hunt lounge chair and ottoman transform this tight corner into a cozy and bright reading nook.
Arne Jacobsen’s lamp light and Ray Eames’ iconic leather seat and ottoman could pave the way for hours and hours of reading any book.
The spacious leather armchair from Anthropologie looks and feels buttery soft; it contrasts well with the austere stand and base of the Excel floor lamp.
In a room brimming with patterns, this lamp’s simple silhouette and the indigo reading chair fit perfectly.
With a mid-century vibe, Evans ﬂoor lamp is all about fulﬁlling customer’s needs, that’s why it is also easy to set, especially with a reading chair! Its strict form gives elegance and the glow of its complements follows the most actual trends. By DelightFULL.
This living room was designed by Christopher Elliot Design and features a Twiggy floor lamp in black by Foscarini. The delightful duo lets you sink into the reading chair for hours on end while you flip through books pages.
Bring some fun back into reading by thinking outside the box with your reading chair choice. Here you have a beanbag paired with a mid-century floor lamp.
The vintage reading chair and lamp coupling add interest to a quirky eclectic living room. Definitely, this looks one of the comfiest reading chairs, and the perfect choice if you want to adopt a vintage industrial style.
Don’t you love this super creative round reading armchair? The best part of is the bookshelf that is an integral part! The tripod floor lamp suits perfectly in this reading corner.
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