Step into my office

Little known fact- when it comes to computer stuff, I work exclusively from bed. I have a big old 700 sq foot apartment all to myself, with an eat-in kitchen, living room, office and bedroom but I can't kick the bed habit. Decadent, yes?






A week or two ago I got this pillow in the mail from Liane at enhabiten. It's made from an antique crazy quilt and its revolutionized my office. Even as I type this, I'm cozied up to that quilt and that pillow. This is where this (gestures frantically to your open internet browser) happens. You know, the magic and all that.

34 comments:

  1. Love your quilt and the fact that you call your bed your 'office'. :)

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  2. Beautiful office and so wonderfully decorated! Wish mine were like that.

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  3. too bad she doesn't have more of those quilted pillows!.

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  4. It's nice to see where the magic happens.

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  5. I love the glimpses into your home!

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  6. how deliciously decadent......btw...love the plates hanging behind your bed
    happy sunday x

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  7. "(gestures frantically to your open internet browser)"...oh, i wish i could see this in person! you are so cute. thanks amy.

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  8. Wow, I do love that pillow. Those photos of the moving houses are great. I hope you find the book. I think you have the most followers of any blog I read. I did a double take when I saw that number!

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  9. Your kitten office mates were out on a coffee break?

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  10. Looks like my kind of office...cozy and full of things you love...I once had a collection of blue and white plates over my bed!

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  11. No wonder you do all your work there, it looks so cozy..

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  12. ...Love this! :o)

    ...And I couldn't help but visit you over at Flickr and lemme say that I love, love, love your photos! Thank you for sharing. :o)

    ...Blessings...

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  13. Ohhhh I tried that for a little while, but I would always get sleepy! So Bravo to you, jealous!

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  14. same here! i'm a little disappointed in myself because i never use my desk..

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  15. How it resounds in my flesh and my head.. An office made of pleasure, sweetness and a pinch of infancy. Laying on a drop of past, in the middle of thoughts and reminiscences of your teenage (with candies and first love). Magic? Indeed...

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  16. I just got a pillow in the mail from Liane! She does beautiful work, and your pillow looks like it's no exception. And I, too, love the little peeks into your home...

    -maria

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  17. Ditto the comfort of bed ... for computer, reading, eating, sleeping, etc. It all works (:

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  18. Hey, Churchill worked from bed. That's good enough for me!

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  19. I moved my laptop from bureau to sofa before Christmas and my office is now a blanket-cocooned cosy space too (although I never got into writing in bed...)

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  20. Ah! You just showed me how to display my grandma's china plates! I love your bed, and the wall decorations :)

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  21. I also work from bed! Typing is much more comfortable with a pillow behind you.
    Like that patchwork one on your bed.

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  22. I'm always on my computer while I'm laying in bed. It's the most comfortable place.

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  23. haha I'm exactly the same. Love your pillows.

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  24. Oh gee! I realy super love those blue plates!

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  25. I love your striped bed sheets. I have some from Toast I love.

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  26. Love it. When I retire and write more I'm going to make a pillow just like that one and let it be my inspiration.

    Love it all!!

    Many Blessings
    B.J.Brooks Robinson

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  27. I have the exact same plate as the one in the upper left!

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  28. You've just given me quilt fever. My eBay account thanks you; my bank account does not.

    Also: gosh, what a lovely bed--um, I mean, office!

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  29. Just discovered your lovely blog and am savoring my way through - LOVE thise plates! And I have the top left one, and a larger version of the top middle one! Top left is my set-from-antique-store that is like my great-grandmother's, and top middle were plates my mom bought me in 1976, hoping to start a dinner set for me. TMI, I know, but I have SO enjoyed reading through, it makes me happy we love the same things. Not in a weird way. :)

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  30. I'm a sucker for crazy patchwork. Mmm.. looks cosy, cosy.

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