This table incorporates the winged-backs with one side bench and a few chairs. It's works beautifully, no? The slatted chairs keep the space airier between dining and living rooms, whereas the bench solidifies a window wall.
These classic Loop chairs never get old! I am failing at photo credits these days, but this one I think was in Traditional Home or Elle Decor(??) Oops. And the design is Suzanne Kasler.
These selections are my favorite of this post...what an excellent use of radial symmetry! The cantilevered, molded plastic chairs work perfectly with the traditional gray slipper chairs.
A little retro for your evening. Brave!
This reminds me of something Sixx Design might create. A little vintage-mod. A little overdone. A little awesome.
So I randomly met a local designer today who came into our store! I've been reading her blog for the past year & checking out her portfolio...take a look at Laura's blog :) It's so crazy to me that the blogosphere is full of really cool people just like you...who you might very well run into in the real world.
This also happened to me 3 weeks ago in our store! The mother of Laurie from Rhoney Designs, was talking to me about mobiles, when somehow we figured out that I have read about her granddaughter's nursery featured on Apartment Therapy! Confusing? :) I love small worlds!
Please drop me a line! It would totally motivate me to write more often...