While I have been busy with outdoor projects, I am always thinking about my decor indoors and what projects I hope to do when the weather gets cooler. I would love to do some small updates in my kitchen and dining room. Despite the fact that we just redid the dining room it could use a few tweaks. I mean, let's face it, even when you try to plan everything there is always something you think of later once the room is really being used.
I would love to get some old/new dining room chairs. I currently have 4 of a kind danish spindle chairs that I bought years ago unfinished and painted them myself. The other two oak t-back chairs are from my great grandparents dining room set. I would love a few more chairs to mix in when we extend our table for parties and holidays. We can easily seat 10 people so we would need at least 4 more chairs.
Personally, I am not a fan of matchy-match furniture. The more eclectic the better, so searching for vintage makes sense. That's where Chairish comes in. It's an online marketplace for vintage designer furniture and decor items! You can find so many great items there, like these dining chairs.
Here are some of the chairs I found on Chairish:
|This option is funky and I like the mid-century vibe.|
|I am not sure the color of these is quite right for my space, but how cool are they?!|
|These are similar to the chairs I have.|
|Super simple, yet funky. These would be awesome reupholstered with mustard colored print fabric.|
|These feel like a sort of classic take on mid-century mod. I would love to see these with dark 2 tone upholstery.|
|Love, love, love these old farmhouse chairs! The fact that each one is a different chippy paint color is just perfect!!|
|Another mid-century mod option. These are so cool!|
Here's some idea of what I envision:
|Farmhouse Chairs // Valspar Pier 14 Paint // Atwell Pendant Light // Black Spindle Chair // Mali Tribal Indigo Blues Pillow // Kazak Fabric Pillow // Mulberry Tree Art // Taza Table Lamp|