You can never have too many

I may have mentioned a couple of times that I have a bit of a thing for chairs. Just in case you missed it, this is the fifth post this month on the topic of chairs (out of a total 11 posts). I may have a bit of a problem, people.

Fortunately, I also have a supportive husband who does things like buy me a wingchair for my birthday and recruits his parents to go pick up another chair when the universe decides to support my habit by bestowing a chair on me as a prize for registering for BlogPodium.

So after a day spent absorbing lots of lessons about blogging, meeting a bunch of great people and picking up the second half of the prize, the decorating book Inspired Styles from Kravet, I came home from BlogPodium to find the Austin chair from Decorium sitting in my living room.

Here are the two halves of the prize together in Austin’s new home in the basement.

Decorium Austin chair and Inspired Style book

Inspired Styles is full of inspiration from different designers, including Candice Olson, who have all made fabric collections with Kravet.

Candice Olson profile in Inspired Styles

Austin is already set up in the basement. His dark wood legs and deep grey upholstery go perfectly with our Decor-Rest sectional.

Dark grey occasional chair and grey sectional in a TV room

How good does he look?

Thanks to Decorium, Kravet and BlogPodium for a great prize. And thanks universe for enabling my chair obsession collection.

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8 thoughts on “You can never have too many

  1. Your prizes are awesome. I’m thinking who is Austin? This is pre-caffeine. Will you continue to call your chairs by name?
    Happy belated birthday!
    Maggie

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