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13 November, 2016
November 13, 2016
I feel like everyone is starting to look for ways to make sure technology doesn’t completely take over their lives. After reading a couple blogs and books that encouraged a “tech free area” in your house, I decided that I wanted to implement this much needed trend in my own life. My year of less is slowly starting to come to a close and it’s ideas like these that I find myself gravitating towards.
Plus, this is possibly the easiest, and cheapest, trend thus far in my life and by far the most rewarding. It also gave me a reason to be on the hunt for the perfect vintage reading chair.
Choosing my little peaceful reading nook as a my tech free area was pretty simple. I considered choosing my craft room or guest room as tech free, but to be honest I rarely go into my guest room and my craft room is where I love to blog from, so I knew eventually I would break my tech-free promise.
But hours spent upon napping or reading or simply relaxing in a sweet antiqued reading chair is habit I’ve wanted to start for quite some time.
And just yesterday this little pink chair fell into my lap.
My momma found this chair a bit ago and I passed on it as the pattern seemed almost too grandmotherly for me. But yesterday I walked by it again at a local flea market and for whatever reason fell in love with the chair. Pattern and all.
So now this little blush vintage beauty is tucked away in my corner and I tackled a good portion of my newest read on it last night.
I’m so excited to have a little nook that is untouched by recent Facebook posts and unending photo edits. (Ok I lied… I love editing photos, but it is nice to have a space that I can maybe escape for just a bit.) I linked some of my favorite cozy corners additions below and can’t wait to share the rest of the space with you once it’s finished. I was simply too excited for this addition in order to save it for some big reveal.
But for now I would love to hear if you have your own tech free zones in your house?? Any over achievers with tech free rooms?
PS That Anthropologie chair is s o f a r out of my budget, but I mean that velvet pink is just too pretty to not share 🙂