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Which Room Do You Feel Most Comfortable Or Spend Most Of Your Time In Your Home?

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My most comfortable is my living room. It's where i feel so warm and cozy moreso than any other room in the house.

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My house is open plan, so the lounge, kitchen and dining areas are all together. If I'm cooking (which I don't like) can see the tv and still take part in the conversations. It's a nice open area, great to be in.

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My house is open plan, so the lounge, kitchen and dining areas are all together. If I'm cooking (which I don't like) can see the tv and still take part in the conversations. It's a nice open area, great to be in.

 

Sounds lovely and cozy :-)

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My home office. Mainly for work, but also if I'm working I'm not disturbed too much by husband and kids. So it's the only space that's mine! How sad :(

 

Although I seem to be 'working' a lot more these days ;)

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My home office. Mainly for work, but also if I'm working I'm not disturbed too much by husband and kids. So it's the only space that's mine! How sad :(

 

Although I seem to be 'working' a lot more these days ;)

 

A space that feels safe and cozy is a good place despite the size.

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My bedroom is the cosiest at the moment, cos a rad is out in the lounge, Im always relieved to retire to my bedroom at night, I have made it pretty and feminine for me and my best friend. (Cat).

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My bedroom is the cosiest at the moment, cos a rad is out in the lounge, Im always relieved to retire to my bedroom at night, I have made it pretty and feminine for me and my best friend. (Cat).

 

I can hear the warmth in the words.

 

 

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I live in an apartment with an open-plan space. Originally, it was my kitchen, dining, living space.

 

But I changed it up, half of the lounge seating left into the back room, my dining area is in the closed off space in my hallway instead so that I can put a mini office in where that was and I have a blanket nest by the glass doors to my deck/garden and so I essentially live mostly in that area.

 

8/10 nights I sleep in my makeshift nest and look at the stars than go to a bed of which there are a few to choose from. It's extremely comfortable these days with a rug, a duvet, 3 blankets, pillows and then I just put everything back into it's place so nobody has any idea, but now you all know!

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I spend most of my time in my home office room. It's the only messy room of our apartment - a mess I need to work and create. It's packed of bits and pieces of my life - from jewels to illustrations to a mannequin to books etc

I have a lovely view on a park nearby and in the meantime no vis a vis.

 

I feel most comfortable in our living room. It's intimate, varied and warm - furniture, lightning, deco.

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My bedroom is my favorite room in the house. I'm most comfortable here. It's where I escape to when I need a bit of time for myself.

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I spend most of my time in my home office room. It's the only messy room of our apartment - a mess I need to work and create. It's packed of bits and pieces of my life - from jewels to illustrations to a mannequin to books etc

I have a lovely view on a park nearby and in the meantime no vis a vis.

 

I feel most comfortable in our living room. It's intimate, varied and warm - furniture, lightning, deco.

 

A room full of history sounds so comforting and full of warmth. I'd enjoy the stories of each piece in this room. I feel the description come to life.

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My bedroom is my favorite room in the house. I'm most comfortable here. It's where I escape to when I need a bit of time for myself.

 

Escape is a perfect word for a warm environment.

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This is a hard one. I spend most my day in the study/kids school room because I am cheesy and love to learn,but I live the living room. I can curl up near the fireplace in the evening, and just enjoy being with my family.

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I'm a kitchen girl. The smell of coffee, everyone sitting at the table chatting, baking with the kids, dinner with the family. :D

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My living room is my favorite place to relax in my house. We have an open floor plan so it feels bigger than it really is.

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My den where the other TV is....it is very comfy, quiet and relaxing....I can think or just watch something or read if i want to....

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My hubbie just built a beautiful bar/ man cave with fireplace but I love and feel most comfortable in my family room..

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Bedroom, but if I had my own place it would probably be the lounge

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My bedroom when I feel sad. My office all other times. I feel comfortable and at peace when I am writing.

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I go back and forth for months at a time between my bedroom and my living room. But pretty much involves my feet propped up, covered in a blanket and my laptop on my lap. :)

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My bedroom

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My home office....I get up really early, between 5 and 5:30 am, put on some nice music, drink my beloved first cup of coffee, check email, hop on Shy Bi, start my day ...

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