I have recently fallen in love with Tara Dillard's garden blog called Vanishing Threshold: Garden, Life Home.
Her posts are so simple, interesting, sometimes funny, and yet so profound.
I subscribed to her posts because I'm suddenly fascinated with landscaping since my new house needs tons of it. Maryanne White (My landscape designer) suggested a garden urn to be placed right in front of my living room window. She said they are like accessories in a garden. By the way, the update on my house is that we have to wait until Spring to take out all the concrete, by the time we found someone to do it, it was too late in the season.
So that was the other reason I loved this post Tara wrote called Rule for Pots. She said "Pots in a garden must be so fabulous, they can remain empty", read the post though, how she discovered this rule was good.
This is how I feel about chairs. Hard or Upholstered, a chair should look so fabulous, it can stand alone.
Here are some of my favourites, from my 'chairs' Pinterest boards:
Do your chairs pass the test?
If they don't and they can be painted, get painting! A boring, dated oak chair looks a lot sexier in a bright and fun colour!
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