I love the concept, but not the fabric used. = )
i like - but i know how much they are - n i wouldn't spend THAT much on them - but i do love their charm!
Could be really cool in the right setting, but not such a fan.
Those are fun...not my particular decor taste, but fun!
No thanks. I feel like the overall mix of patterns is so busy it distracts you from the pretty lines and tufting of the chairs.
I gotta say not a huge fan...maybe in a kids room, but overall just a tad too busy!
Eu adoro pathwork, acho que os ambientes integrados com eles, ficam mais despojados, alegres.Para inserir num ambiente, o branco nas paredes, fica excelente, assim como o cinza.Os objetos pontuais com cor, irão finalizar o ambiente.
Love the Wingbacks. Not the other styles.
really interesting idea, but don't much like the way it was executed. i would get tired of looking at them in a couple of hours.
i love them and the fabrics chosen! I agree with you about putting them in a simple white setting.
It would be hard to have any other pattern or color in the room, there would be too much competition with the chair. Unless you picked one (toned down) fabric swatch in the chair and had the rest of your furniture covered in it. There is a chair at Terrain that is similar to the burlap one in the picture, it's not very comfortable, it's too coarse and rough. May look good but it would exfoliate your skin if you tried to sit in it.
I think the chairs are great. However, I wouldn't be able to work them into my current home. They'd look great in the right setting.
I'm sorry to be so against them, but I think they're hideous. Im all for the physical chairs you've found, but the bright, busy patterns just don't do it for me. I do, however, love the calmer burlap sack (?) chair. I'm sure the right person could find a really great place for them.
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