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The editor in chief of Milk Decoration magazine in Paris discusses what she likes to have at hand while slumbering.

The bedside table is the link between my sleepy state of mind and my awake one, like a transitional piece of furniture. I sleep very close to the floor and the ceilings in my apartment are really high: I really enjoy the sensation of having a lot of space above me when I’m stretched out in bed.

I keep a tall pile of my favorite magazines on the floor. I like to organize my magazines like a precious, well-ordered collection in the living room, but I keep the issues I haven’t read yet in my bedroom. I also always have a book next to my bed, even if I don’t read every night. I’m currently reading Psychologie Pour Les Créatifs: Survivre au Travail (Psychology for Creative People: Survive at Work) by Frank Berzbach. It gives you

  • Words:
    Julie Boucherat
  • Photography:
    Parker Fitzgerald

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  • Words:
    Julie Boucherat
  • Photography:
    Parker Fitzgerald
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