The Grower's Daughter

The Grower's Daughter

Monday, January 31, 2011

Sitting Pretty

[www.inthefunlane.com]
* This photo was mis-credited in the original post as being from Never Enough Thyme.

I came across this image, while looking for some seating inspiration for our sun room. I have a gorgeous cast iron daybed already, as well as two wicker chairs, which could be used for seating. I think however, after seeing this photo, that I'm going to keep my eye out for two pretty sitting chairs. They're relatively small frames, so they won't take up much more space, but they look so much more comfortable!

I love the look of a slipcover, so it makes for a cheap update of an older chair. The trick is to find matching ones!

I'm off to start browsing online to see what I can find...

Happy Monday.

PS. I will be sponsoring a giveaway, starting tomorrow until Valentines Day, over at Secret Garden Cottage. It's going to be a lovely little package, so be sure to check back tomorrow for details!

18 comments:

  1. those chairs are beautiful...i love a slipcover as well! the ruffle is just so sweet on them. hope you find something you like online, have a great day!

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  2. New to your sight and just added you to my favorites to tag along! Pretty chairs..good luck with the search!

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  3. The slipcover does look beautiful, very simple and lovely. Your blog is gorgeous too. Rachaelxx

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  4. oh goodness, I love your blog! it's not often I find one where every picture reminds me of hime - but this does, thank you!

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  5. I wish I could take those two chairs and table and put them right into my own home! It's a very simple look and SO beautiful. Sometimes I see wing chair slipcovers on ebay ~
    I'm thrilled to have found your blog...every post and picture is just gorgeous!

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  6. love the slip covered chair! i can't wait to see my lilacs! susan

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  7. Love these sweet slipcovered chairs. So pretty.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  8. That is a gorgeous image, and those slipcovered chairs are so perfect -- love the ruffles around the bottom of them!

    Best,

    Kimberly

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  9. Love your inspiration photo...and yes...a couple matching slipcovered chairs would be oh so comfortable...and beautiful.

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  10. We have a good will close by and there were two chairs like the ones above except they reclined as well, funky fabric great condition wingback for 75.00.....check your local used furniture or resale shops I have seen a lot of wingbacks with funky fabric that would work beautifully for your project.

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  11. So happy to have found your blog ~ it is beautiful! Looking forward to catching up as another snowstorm (2 more actually) is heading this way!

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  12. The chair is gorgeous and I think slip covered chairs would be a sweet alternative to the traditional wicker in your sunroom. I have to check out that site!

    XO,
    Jane

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  13. Love the image~so pretty!:)Hugs,Rachel

    French Farmhouse 425

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  14. It will be just beautiful and I like a chair that you can snuggle up and read!

    Do come and enter my amazing Giveaway from Splenderosa! You will love it

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  15. I love your clean style and all that luxurious white. I am on the opposite end of the spectrum since my family comes in the house from the greenhouses covered in dust and grime. No time to keep white clean.

    Love your blog!

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  16. Just found your blog from Urban Farmgirl!! Love it!! I will be a follower forever!! Your style is so inviting!!

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  17. Pretty sure the picture is from the home of Holly, from Life in the Fun Lane and White Berry Reinvented. She does great work. http://www.inthefunlane.com/ Also enjoying catching up on your blog!

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  18. Thanks for letting me know Terri! I changed the photo cred. Getting the source can sometimes be tricky but it's so important to give credit where credit is due.

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