What can YOU say in six sentences?
Do I have to pick? Honestly, all of them. I love to read, and read all of the time. A is appealing because of the elegance and the "visible" silence that such a room calls up for me. It looks rich and indulent. B is appealing because I love to read in bed, but rarely lie down in the daytime. So I probably wouldn't choose that if forced. C is appealing becuase I am most comfortable out of doors, but I'd be captured by nature and might not get as much reading done...
Verdict? "A" on a snowy blustery frigid day, with a warm fire on the hearth and something lovely to drink.
I don't have a most, more a mode: it depends on what I'm reading - if it's something scholastic that I need to focus on and can't afford to fall asleep I go to 'A', if it's something light or reading over/ editing my own work I prefer 'B-type', my bedroom not the fruity looking one in the picture. I've used 'C' when it appeals to me - but it can't be too bright, just slightly cloudy with a chance of rain.
OH! I pick D, too!
Gotta admit: D is pretty sweet.
B and C-- outdoor park bench or by a window: I'd wind up too distracted by what's going on around me and lose interest in the book.
So I guess it would be room A... in a wing back chair with my feet up next to the fire.
If A is my office, I'm not going any place but............
B - if it's winter and I can soak up the warm sunshine while cuddled up with a good book.
I would have to go with A from the original 3 (I don't like reading in bed and the bench just doesn't look quite comfortable enough), but sitting with my feet up on the rail, reading a book with a nice pint of beer on the "veranda" of D sounds pretty outstanding.
I always prefer to read at a table unless there is a comfy chair and the opportunity to put my feet up, so it has to be A, closely followed by D
They are all nice, but I would be more comfortable in "B."