They say that we spend one third of our lives in bed, but did you ever think of how much time you spend just plain old sitting? Since a big part of what many of us who blog do is just that, I thought that I would share some of the places around my home and garden that I park myself in during the day. I sheepishly admit that I have a chair obsession and if I had the room there would be lots more butt parkers around here! Do you have some favorite chairs to share ladies??? I would love to see where you spend your sitting time!
These kitchen island stools we have had forever, were a gift from a friend of Mr Fuf's who owned the factory where they were made. One of these days I need to make some white linen slipcovers for them....yet another project to get to! This is where I start my day...in the dark with my coffee and newspaper.
The office chair....with my vintage barkcloth slip. No, I don't sell them on the website~although I have had requests~it's too much work with the arms to do another!
I adore this set of antique French living room chairs and they are soooo comfy! Not sure that I can post too much of this room as it was in THE PHOTO SHOOT that hasn't yet been published.....same with my other fave chair that resides in the master bedroom:-).
This lovely antique French chair was plucked from the trash quite a few years back. I simply covered the seat with some Rachel Ashwell fabric, and it generally sits in the front foyer.
Another chair on the cheap....from the Salvation Army (Salve Galleries~lol!) that I think I paid $20 for. It's covered in white silk!
Comfy family room HUGE leather sectional. Since it's the family room, they all had input that it couldn't be too foofy. It's done in a beach cottage style with some French antiques....eclectic, but it really works.
A chair that is not my style, but it's been in the family (on Mr. Fufu's side) for several generations~so I can't touch it. Pretty color needlepoint....
Finally some outdoor favorite places to sit. An old wicker set on the patio, garden "thinking" bench, and a small patio that is down by the water in back of our house.
I hope that you SHARE YOUR CHAIR with us!