Before we get to the post, did you check out the pop-up shop? I launched it Friday afternoon! Look at the tab under the logo, you will find SHOP on the right side, and on that page you will find a delightful collection of true blue and white porcelain pieces that have been uncovered at estate sales all over Asia in the past 20 years. I personally picked out these pieces in Asia (specifically the Philippines) this summer from a source that is truly remarkable and inspiring. I only have a little bit left, but it is a LOT of quality that will last forever. xxoo Hurry while it lasts!
Now to wingback chairs…
Wingback chairs. I can’t stop thinking about them. I feel they would be a perfect addition to my Restoration Hardware sofa (that I practically stole from a warehouse sale here in Dallas- well in some very small and deserted town outside of Dallas). I think wingback chairs bring a great significance to a room. They were first created as fireside chairs to hold the heat in from the sides and backs in order to keep the drafts out. On the other hand, they were also called “the grandfather chair” because that’s where as a child you sit on his knee for a story.
With all their history, they aren’t your typical side chair that blends in the corner. They are commanding, interesting, and beautifully designed. So go ahead, spread your wings.
A gorgeous striped wingback chair in a room full of neutrals. Via Veranda
A soft blue wingback chair packs a punch in this classic and contemporary Italianite room.
Windsor Smith makes everything feminine and gorgeous, her slipcovered wingback chair in this dining area is no exception.
A classical and stately wingback chair is a focal point in this den area. Via AD
A supreme navy room compliments accents of white, including this nail head wingback chair. Via House Beautiful
A perfect play of light neutral palettes. Via AD
A completely clean and chic palette of classic design. Via Jan Showers
A soft and smoky gray adorns these wingback chairs cozy by the fireplace. Via Elle Decor
A strong apricot and luggage leather is used in these stately wingback chairs. Via Thom Filicia
Soft and subtly adorned, this room has a quiet ambience with plenty of character. Via AD
A light and airy dining area full of comfort and graceful attitude. Via Cape Cod COllegiate
This wingback chair is the ultimate display of timeless accessorizing by Pamela Pierce. Via Veranda