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Jeana’s Picks

by Grace Bonney

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1.butterfly chair from urban outfitters. – i’m a little chair collector and this one is in my mind now. 2.hanging pot from mohawk general.- i’ve seen it in person. it’s simply beautiful.

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3.captain’s mirror from empiric – i’d love to have it in our entrance way. 4.metal island from the stainless steel store – if we ever move to a modern style house someday, this industrial looking island would be great in the kitchen.

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5.red fox fabric at new house textiles. – i want to make a tablecloth and pillows with this gorgeous fabric! 6.rocking horse from hollywood at home.- so dreamy and magical.

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7.lamp from conran usa. – i’m in love with this lamp ever since i saw it in blond redhead’s home in domino magazine. 8.side table from ikea – this could be used as a stool, too.

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Comments

  • I’ve seen the Urban Outfitters chair in person and it looks really cheap, not nearly as nice as it seems from the pictures. I would not pay that much money for it. It’d be better to save up and get a vintage Hardoy chair or one from Circa50.com.

  • I use those metal tables at SITE, and they are ah-mazing! So easy to clean, they look better as they age, and are totally affordable too. Nice picks.

  • Hi! That red fox fabric is actually imagery from a Swedish folk tale or fable. I bought the same meters of fabric when I was in Sweden about 4 years ago and the friend that I was visiting told me about the story. I remember it’s quite a nice one, but I honestly can’t remember the detail tonight….
    If I remember the details, I will send you the fable through this message leaver thing :)

  • Hello,
    You can fin the same lamp in Habitat made by the same designer but cheaper…
    i have just discover your site and i love it…thanks for sharing so much Carol from France

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