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  • Chérie von Känel ღ

    Cozy reading nook...

  • Jennifer Sjolund

    bedroom window

  • Reverie .

    morning light

  • holly

    the window seat became her favourite place in the house. when mid-afternoon hit and everybody else was off on their own adventures allowing quiet to fill the empty spaces, she'd curl against the warm wooden sill and look out across the fields. the sun would warm her face and she'd lose time watching dust lazily twirl around her. soaked in sunshine, she'd nap or read, feeling like she's been here her whole life. //bo//

  • Kaitlyn Eve Cook

    I love big windows.

  • Becca Thomas

    afternoon sun on a warm reading spot <3

  • Ester Olsson

    Dream house

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