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A set of 1954 chairs by Osvaldo Borsani surrounds the custom-made dining table; the light fixture is by Lindsey Adelman, and the painting is by Robert Melee." title="" src="data:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAIAAAAAAAP///y H5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="https://hips.hearstapps.com/edc.h-cdn.co/assets/15/35/4.jpg? The 19th-century dining table and chairs, with cushions in a Bennison fabric, are Italian, as are the 19th-century consoles and chandelier; the wood door frames are painted in faux marble, the antique painted chinoiserie wallpaper was duplicated by craftsmen in some sections, and the 19th-century rug is Persian.
resize=768:*" /Circa-1935 chairs by Kaare Klint surround the custom-made dining table, the chandelier by Frederik Molenschot is from the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and the vintage floor lamp was bought at the Saint-Ouen flea market; the painting is by Marc Quinn, and the doors and floor are oak. In the dining room-cum-library, chairs by Castillo are covered in a cut-velvet stripe by Robert Allen with backs in a Jim Thomson fabric.
So the key is to find absolutely stain resistant, nay stain-repellant fabric and we found it (still testing).
I tested it by literally taking my smoothie and dumping it on the fabric, then rubbing it in.
Most people thought it was great and told me to live with it, and I did. but now that I have that marble table I need to get rid of the wood table. But remember this ask the audience where you all told me what to do?
Nothing is done yet, but certainly due for an update in the dining room.
We change things pretty often over here, so there is a lot to tell you about. But I still think it’s pretty stylish, it just takes a little more work to successfully check off all of those priorities.
THANK GOODNESS, because now that we’ve had three weeks to beat it up, I actually LOVE it. The other chairs that most of you voted on ultimately weren’t ideal because the side chairs were super narrow, so I would have to put 3 along each side, which is FINE but sounds like a whole lot of chairs (and legs, and mess) on a daily basis.
I think they were two dinky for even kids to really feel comfortable on.
I loved those king chairs but buying 6 would have been too expensive, and the company Four Hands, was willing to give me a deal but understandably didn’t want me to reupholster them with a more kid friendly fabric. I know what you are thinking – WHY WOULD YOU REUPHOLSTER BRAND NEW CHAIRS??