Posts Tagged ‘Anthropologie’

If you’re looking to add a pop of color or that little something that will give your dining room new life, consider adding two wingback chairs. Not only are they incredibly comfortable but they also add a wonderful layer of interest.

d0faa82fe763abb22fc1f5f7e032de15Above, gorgeous green wingback chairs that add a lovely pop of color to this dining room.


Love these white crisp ones flanking a rustic farm table. Image from Maison 


Beautiful wingback chairs & color palette. Image from Veranda

reesewitherspoonelledecor4Above, a fun mix of chairs. Image from Elle Decor


Or, how about this gorgeous set up — which can be easily translated to a dining room setting.


Another beautiful example. Image from Jessica Conner Design

Some of my favorite wingback chairs on the market….

1. Anthropologie | 2.  Ethan Allen | 3.  Restoration Hardware


If you are working with a tight space, you can use any upholstered chair (as in the photo below). The idea is just to add a bit of interest and in this case, something comfortable as well.

residential interior

Image from Decor Pad

Good to Know…

Make sure that you know the height of your table before purchasing, as well as double-check durability of the fabric — especially if you have kids or pets 🙂

Have a great Thursday!

~ Shannon

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Woodpecker Pulls

Woodpecker Pulls

I absolutely love hardware! Whether it’s house numbers, door knockers, kitchen pulls or the powder room towel hook, they all help give your home a sense of style. Here are some of my favorites!

Places to search for some amazing hardware are AnthropologieTerrain, & Michael Healy, as well as eBay, Etsy, flea markets, and local estate sales.

tKnocker from 12th Avenue Iron

tKnocker from 12th Avenue Iron

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Axel Vervoordt

I love the idea of that one chair in the home that everyone would love to sit in, kind-of like “grandma’s chair”. It’s worn just in the right places and when you see it, you automatically think “comfort”. You could sit in this chair for hours and when you do — life seems at peace.

There is a photo from the book, Provence Interiors, (below) that I’ve always loved. An older woman sits in a well-worn chair as she has probably done for years. When I see this picture I think how comfy and peaceful this room looks. A very cozy and comfortable room yet not lacking in taste or style.


Unfortunately, I am without this type of chair myself and desperately want one. Therefore, I am on the hunt for one, my only criteria — that it’s extremely difficult to get myself out of. Below, are a few that have caught my eye.

Restoration Hardware



by Tom DixonJayson Home & Garden


by Ralph Lauren

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