While we’re home social distancing, finding usable home ideas for when things blow over fortifies us to practice possibility thinking.

This single image found at the New York Times’ T Magazine’s instagram of an unused closet converted into cozy sleeping nook is full of ideas.

The heavy antique French ticking curtain gives privacy. We love the slightly bendy stick rod and the mix of stripes and checks. The back pillows encourage use as a reading hideaway. A neo-Classical mirror hung on Sardinian fabric and a vintage American quilt with a midcentury-looking reading lamp come together in complete harmony…

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