Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sitting/Reading/Blogging Chair

So we've got a bit of wasted space in the living room that I would love to fill with one or two comfy chairs to take advantage of at the end of a long day. I've been looking for and finding inspiration for a while.
Here's what I've got in mind!

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 Love the length of this one- def enough room to put your legs up and curl up with a book. Or puppy.

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 The blue and white of this one are prefect for the decor and wall colors we already have.

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 Black and white stripes- can't beat this classic, and bold look.

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 I like the ottoman with this one, looks just as comfy as the chair.

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 I really like the low arms on this style of chair. And they gray of the two chairs is stunningly subtle.

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 Love the circular shape of this one.

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 Here's where my love of chairs and a half begins. Genius. Not quite a bulky as a loveseat, but offers enough seating, and room to spread out a bit.

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 Isn't this just calling your name for a nap?!

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 Again, with the low arms. I really liking that style.

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This one actually looks like a corner chair, which can work in space other than corners, and can act as a space definer, which is something we need to sort of close off the living room.

PS- Duke experienced his first thunderstorm while I was writing this. I actually had to stop for a bit because lighting struck so close (so brightly and SO loudly), we lost power and the town fire alarm immediately went off. Duke, however, loves the sound of the rain and wasn't phased at all. He cuddled up to me during the brunt of the storm, but is already back to playing. So brave. :)

2 comments:

  1. anytime of the day. anytime of the week. good day or bad. the idea for a special place in your home for a chair like one of these is a continuation of what your home represents. sanctuary.

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  2. When we went to Ikea while my mom was here I sat in almost every chair on display even though I don't have the money/space for a chair lol. Love it.

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