My chair dilemma

9 more sleeps to go. I don’t think I can explain the excitement of having my own space, and to say goodbye to living out of boxes. Just a small example: I have had a dead battery on my iPad for 2 and a half months because I packed my charger in one of my 26 boxes (and obviously I don’t know which one). O, the joys.

Either way, my real stress now is that I have bought too much clutter to comprehend with – but I’ll deal with that problem next week. 

As I mentioned, I am getting some furniture custom-made which is really exciting. It’s something I ummm’d and ahhh’d over for a while, but I really did want to invest in pieces that I could potentially keep forever – the one’s that get better with age. At this stage it will probably mean me going without a few essentials for a while, but one step at a time I guess 🙂

My table idea

The dining table that I am getting made (see example of idea above) is going to have benches on the sides but will need two head chairs. So here are a few options I am dithering over.

Not exactly thrilling stuff, but if you happen to know of a particularly amazing looking chair/chair idea, let me know 🙂

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4 replies
  1. Greatlife Immigration Services
    Greatlife Immigration Services says:

    The blue chair would look stunning with the natural wood… but don't you think you need head chairs that can make more of a statement since the table and benches are already so sturdy and dominant? Something bigger and bolder perhaps? Something that contrasts with the wood, or maybe has a completely different texture? A cheap idea is to have an ottoman in a striking colour on each side.

  2. Victoria
    Victoria says:

    Hi Tanya – that's a good idea. I actually agree. Maybe chairs that I can get apholstered in a more bold/statement fabric. Right, I'm on the hunt 🙂

  3. Tanya Slye
    Tanya Slye says:

    🙂 so exciting- agree with the Tanya above too- out of the three above…I love the last two chairs!! Gooood Luck!!
    Tanya xxx


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