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I like anything to do with good design such as interior design, architecture, photography, and art. I enjoy philosophy and psychology. I love to figure out what makes individuals tick. Music of most all types but particularly classical, world, pop, acoustic guitar is a big part of my life and add some dance to the music and my day is great! I like to write and occasionally I will write poetry and I really love to read it out loud and I even record it sometimes.

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Posts tagged with “chair”

Comfy looking chair to curl up in and read a good book

Comfy looking chair to curl up in and read a good book

Tangerine and Gold:  Living Room Lust

Whether it’s my desire for warmth in the midst of winter or my recent obsession with various shades of orange and metallic, the tangerine and gold duo puts a smile on my face.

In this living room we’re mixing the serenity of a sunset with the modern touch of clean lines, and various prints and textures, for an overall dreamy affect.

  1. Dwell Studio, Brass Dome Pendant $540
  2. Maison Luxe Goodman Banquette $2,600
  3. Caitlin Wilson Textiles Gold Dot Pillow, $75-$90 Tangerine Lotus Pillow $60-$75
  4. Hygge & West Petal Pusher Wallpaper $125 / roll
  5. Modernica Case Study Cylinder Plant Pot with Stand, &149
  6. World Market, Flokati Wool Rug $119-$569
  7. Urban Outfitters Modern Chair, $319
  8. DWR Nos Da Throw $315

Great cartoon!!! This is by artist JD Crowe who works for the Mobile Press Register, a newspaper near me.

Dog Days and Nights

Help your pampered pooch rest easy in this bed made from an old chair. Cut the back and front legs from the chair and discard the rest. Measure the width of the chair back, and build a frame out of inexpensive pine boards or plywood. Attach the chair back to one end of the frame and the legs to the opposite end using wood glue and screws, then prime and paint it a unifying color. Add a washable cushion or dog bed.

Take a Seat

Drive through any neighborhood on trash day and you’re sure to find a beat-up chair or two. Rescue the sturdy ones with sandpaper, primer, and paint. Re-cover the seat by cutting fabric 3 inches larger all around and attaching it with a staple gun. For extra flair, embellish the chair back with rub-on lettering.

Running on The Default Network
by Boyce