Updated: 2019-09-11 Views: 104
Another simple， surprising re-envisioning of an ordinary object by？interior designer？Andrée Putman： vintage garden chairs used forthrightly as dining chairs — indoors. They are comfortable and？bouncy and have a similar， strangley modern feel as her modernized clawfoot tub.？gifts for grandma
The white chairs in the image are classic Retropersonalized baby blankets， easily found at yard sales and on Ebay. We’；ve also seen knockoffs online， but can’；t vouch for them as we haven’；t seen them in person.
If they’；re well-made enough， we could imagine taking their new shine down a few notches using a？super fine sanding sponge， the technique we use to tone down/rough up ？A LOT of new stuff.
We love Putnam’；s thinking. WHY NOT use outdoor furniture indoors if it’；s stylish and comfortable？ ？She put it to wider commercial use by designing a furniture line called Inside Out for French patio furniture maker Fermob that is still sold today.
We？been using a white zero-gravity reclining French beach chair in our space？for years. It’；s the perfect chair to nap ？or read in when we need a break from work.
Transform an ordinary display?cupboard into?a gleaming fixture.?Silver leaf lends luster to the interior; it is also an accent on the doors.?
As you really loved our butterfly pop up card template we just had to create this DIY easter pop up card (along with a printable template).
One of my top priorities on the dining room project list is to personalize the space with art and accessories. ?What’s more personal than a monogram? ?I love monograms because they are a great decor item, they are personal, and give an opportunity to introduce color and texture.