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Tuesday
Feb152011

My top 10: Stools

Being one of the earliest forms of seat furniture, the stool is a key piece to have in any home as it provides extra movable seating. Its origin is lost in time, although it is known to be one of the earliest forms of wooden furniture. This basic household item has gone through many transformations and nowadays some are even considered pieces of art. You shouldn't underestimate their design value since these little guys can be a wonderful accent in any room and add that extra touch you're looking for. Also, stools are ideal for pads where square-footage is limited as their size allows you to be creative and use them in unexpected ways. It's amazing the range of stool designs you can find these days so I had a hard time narrowing my choices. But after much deliberation, I've come up with my new faves to share with you.

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Tuesday
Feb012011

My top 10: Loveseats

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The month of love and friendship has arrived and what better way to start celebrating it than by cuddling up with your sweetheart in one of these darlings. The loveseat, also known as settee or British two-seater, is a very versatile piece of furniture that can be used in most rooms around the house. In cases where square footage is modest, one of these cozy two-seaters is the perfect alternative for a couch — plus it secures an intimacy that a couch cannot. Remember that two's company and three's a crowd.

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Sunday
Jan232011

In The Swing of Things

It is a beautiful Sunday morning here in New Hope, PA, where I'm spending the weekend with friends. But before we start our daily excursion into town, I want to share this little piece of jewelry I found for your home. The Swing Necklace, by German interior designer Johanna Richter, is an adorable handmade swing that serves as extra sitting and a conversation piece in any room. How fun is this? You have two choices: beechwood and and wool felt. And it's 10-feet length can be adjusted to your needs. I know, you're probably wondering if this gem is steady enough, but don't worry, it has two strong hangers with doubled pressed aluminium shells to make you feel safe.

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