Monday, September 13, 2010

momma's got a new chair



chair redux:  like i said, i kept the chair real simple.  i actually deliberated on this for a long time yesterday before deciding to just keep it plain.  and luckily, i'm glad i did.  the interior spaces i'm thinking about in my head are super pared down.  with just a few special objects around. and lately i'm dreaming of walls with color.  particularly watery blues and greens.  so in keeping with interior spaces in my imagination (and hopefully in my future) the mottled white fabric works.  

there is a sofa in my barn which is most definitely next on my projects list.  i took a peek at it yesterday when i finished my chair and it will be more complicated than the chair but i know i can do it.  key to my success will be the undeniable fact that perfectionist is not on the list of things liane is.  i knew that would come in handy one day.

xx
me

12 comments:

littlebyrd said...

my dearest: it is perfection!

BananaSaurusRex said...

It's perfectly imperfect!

Jaxx said...

...and imperfectly perfect!!!!

Jane Flanagan said...

Very beautiful. Very you.

Mandy Behrens said...

it's absolutely stunning and very much you...perfect. thanks for the inspiration. xoxo

labonnefemme1 said...

I just love it! I like the idea of your watery blues and greens on the walls as well. I just painted my studio with Schoolhouse Slate from Martha Stewart collection- the perfect eggshell, grey, green blue~

Great job!

Angela (Posy Moe) said...

It's beautiful. Funny you mention the watery blues and greens, I just watched Parker Posey in "The Oh in Ohio" (very funny, I recommend it) and loved the watery blues and greens in her house. Got my mind to racing too. Can't wait to see what you do with it.

Mandy said...

Really great, I loved that you left it simple !!!

Melissa de la Fuente said...

I LOVE it! It is absolutely beautiful & as Jane said...very you. Gorgeous hun, great job!
xo
Melis

Kim said...

The simple white of the fabric brings out the nice curvatures of the arms and everything else that is going on with the legs. Lovely!

abby said...

I love it. The simplicity is perfect. If you want to add color, you can always toss one of your beautiful pillows on it!

rebecca said...

synchronistic or how we are all interconnected....

i have never chosen blue for walls or clothes, but within the past mont i have realized that i have a deep longing for blue and the blue-green of sky and water...

becky