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Achieving Greatness While Living with Anxiety

// Sponsored by Head & Shoulders | All views are, as always, my own. It’s true: you can be happy and live with anxiety. I just didn’t know it at the time… I touched upon my anxiety in a blog post last year, ‘My Story So Far: Reflecting on The Last Decade’. I posted it when I turned thirty and I shared a series of the highs and lows I had experienced throughout my twenties. One of the major things that weighed on my shoulders was developing severe anxiety that crippled my life for several years. Alongside the sudden breakup of my parents’ marriage when I was eleven years old, those years I spent deep in the trenches of anxiety and panic attacks were my hardest. It’s difficult to put into words how even the most basic of everyday tasks – going to the barbers, standing in line at the post office or getting on public transportation – put a weight on my shoulders that stopped me achieving all that I could. It felt like I had mountains to climb and too often they were peaks that were too high to conquer. My palms would sweat, my heart would race, […]

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Joyful Design For January

SHOP THE LOOK: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 | fig.6 | fig.7 | fig.8 | traditional | mid-century | playful Hey, friends. How’s your week going? Hope it’s been a good one so far. I’m super excited because this month sees the first of my room designs go live in the grandinroad website and catalog – a gorgeous blue and green living room! Each month, between now and June, I’m going to be creating a make-you-smile style room from grandinroad’s product assortment to inspire you and provide achievable yet stunning ideas for home updates. How fun is that? This is such a fun project for me and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. Creating warm, welcoming, gently colorful spaces that make you want to, well, never leave(!) is a favorite aspect of my work. If doing this also gives me the opportunity to inspire you guys to want to make similar updates to your own homes along the way then that really makes me smile! As you guys know I get a ton of my design inspiration from travel, so my friends at grandinroad and I thought it would be fun if I designed […]

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Winter Wonder

// Posted in partnership with Macys. All views my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that enable me to run Bright Bazaar.January and February are ironic months: the days are some of the shortest yet they both seem to drag on foreverrrrr. It’s around this time of winter when I feel ready to welcome spring with open arms. Sadly, it’s still a good two months or more until we can expect spring-like temps so I’m gonna embrace the colder temps and enjoy layering in style while I can. On that note, I’m excited to share this new Bright Style look that’s head-to-toe Tommy Hilfiger from Macy’s.When I invest in new looks at this time of year I’m looking for those great transitional pieces that I know I’ll be able to wear through the back end of winter and into spring. This Tommy Hilfiger look is perfect for that. The blue and black sweater is lightweight enough to wear alone on milder spring days while being flexible enough to wear with a tee underneath and a bomber over the top on colder winter days.The shearling collar detail on the bomber jacket is detachable, which is another design detail that makes this […]

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Beach House Walkthrough Closet Reveal

*Use the slider to see the elfa closet before and after* Remember back in the summer of last year when I shared the upstairs plans for the beach house renovation? Today, I’m excited to show the reveal of the one of the major structural changes we made to the upstairs of the property. Looking back at that blog post – which shows the old upstairs bathroom and then the space demo’d back to the studs – and comparing it to this gorgeous walkthrough closet that passes between the master bedroom and bath? Well, it’s kinda incredible, you guys! I’m so proud of how my heart mate and I had the vision to transform this space. The Container Store were kind enough to gift us an elfa closet and I’m diving into all of the details we chose for the closet in this post. Let’s do this!This is the view from the master bedroom looking through the walkthrough elfa closet to the master bath. We are waiting to have our saddles installed between the closet floor and the bathroom floor but we’re almost there!I’ve written at length before about my morning routines and one of those is espresso in bed the […]

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Eco-Friendly Hand-Built Hobbit House For $250

Anyone who had ever gone through the pain of building an eco-friendly house or even inquired of the cost of making one will tell you that building an eco-friendly house is no child’s play. It’s a kind of project that requires careful financial planning and determination for one to pull off. In today’s modern world, […]

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Amazing 3D Quilled Paper Art

It is highly amazing to see what people can make from something as simple and plain as a paper art. We always look upon paper as a thin material which can only be used to make paper mache dolls or toys. Yes, it is quilling at play here again. Looking at them you might wonder […]

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Leave Me Alone Sweater

There are many kinds of statements that one can make with their dresses, and most of them are to do with the fashion of that day. However, if you ever feel the need to scream at the world that you want to be left alone, then you should look at the solution from Ruth Grace. […]

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How to Make Pallet Hanging Lounge Swing

I’ve always loved swing — I mean who wouldn’t love the pleasure it affords. Whether children or adults, the swing is something we’ve all wanted to sit on and relax at one time or the other. But, why make boring swings when you can create something far more comfortable and beautiful, something that affords more […]

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How to Build Relaxing Pond in Your Garden From Recycled Tires

Reading by a pond in a garden is dreams most of us may never see come true. Few of us ever get the rare opportunity to access a natural garden filled with wonderful scents of flowers and exciting chirping of birds. Fewer people ever get the unique opportunity of sitting under the shade of a […]

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Achieving Greatness While Living with Anxiety

// Sponsored by Head & Shoulders | All views are, as always, my own. It’s true: you can be happy and live with anxiety. I just didn’t know it at the time… I touched upon my anxiety in a blog post last year, ‘My Story So Far: Reflecting on The Last Decade’. I posted it when I turned thirty and I shared a series of the highs and lows I had experienced throughout my twenties. One of the major things that weighed on my shoulders was developing severe anxiety that crippled my life for several years. Alongside the sudden breakup of my parents’ marriage when I was eleven years old, those years I spent deep in the trenches of anxiety and panic attacks were my hardest. It’s difficult to put into words how even the most basic of everyday tasks – going to the barbers, standing in line at the post office or getting on public transportation – put a weight on my shoulders that stopped me achieving all that I could. It felt like I had mountains to climb and too often they were peaks that were too high to conquer. My palms would sweat, my heart would race, […]

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Dressing for Transitional Weather

OK, so I know most of us here in America (aside from our friends on the west coast!) are still experiencing a deep freeze but there is light at the end of the cold tunnel. It’s that time of year where it can be 25 degrees one day and then 58 degrees the next. While most of us welcome the warmer days, the changing weather can make dressing appropriately more challenging. One day the warmest arctic coat is necessary the next you’re sweating in a sweater on the subway or on line the grocery store. Sound familiar? I thought so! So, I thought I’d share this look I wore in Copenhagen because it’s a great outfit for transitional weather dressing. The key: layers, layers, layers.For this look I started with soft and comfortable base layer – a merino wool sweater. Then, I layered on an open denim shirt and green mac coat (linked in blue as sold out in green). By building an outfit with an option of different layers that you can wear both open and closed it gives the flexibility to make the look warmer or cooler depending on the temperature. I like how the hint of graphic […]

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Joyful Design For January

SHOP THE LOOK: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 | fig.6 | fig.7 | fig.8 | traditional | mid-century | playful Hey, friends. How’s your week going? Hope it’s been a good one so far. I’m super excited because this month sees the first of my room designs go live in the grandinroad website and catalog – a gorgeous blue and green living room! Each month, between now and June, I’m going to be creating a make-you-smile style room from grandinroad’s product assortment to inspire you and provide achievable yet stunning ideas for home updates. How fun is that? This is such a fun project for me and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. Creating warm, welcoming, gently colorful spaces that make you want to, well, never leave(!) is a favorite aspect of my work. If doing this also gives me the opportunity to inspire you guys to want to make similar updates to your own homes along the way then that really makes me smile! As you guys know I get a ton of my design inspiration from travel, so my friends at grandinroad and I thought it would be fun if I designed […]

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The Perfectly Designed Tiny Home in the Shipping Container

It is a common perception that everything is big when it comes to Texas. But this tiny home we are referring to is contradicting in so many ways. The home is located in the Needville, Texas and Backcountry Containers are the builders behind it. When you look at it, you now know that the shipping […]

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Cozy Bike Camper

An eco-friendly solution to all your traveling woes! The little tag along is a traveling companion which you will need in your travel diaries. This model is just like a bicycle with a house tagging along with it. It was designed for the environment savior side of yours. The cycle pulls the small can along […]

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20 Stunningly Designed Staircases

People often do not pay as much attention to staircases like they do to other parts of a building. However more and more designs have made it clear that staircases are anything but common. If crafted well, they can transform from simply being a tool to climb up or down a level to an artistic […]

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The Perfect Small Space Sofa – And How To Style It

Having spent my entire adult life living in two cities renowned for tiny apartments (London first, and now NYC) I’m always game to hear of small space style solutions. So when South Shore Furniture asked me to work with them to style one of their 2-seater Live-It sofas, I was immediately game. The Live-It sofa is the perfect small space sofa solution because it’s not only compact (yet super comfortable!) when built, but it also comes in a staircase and doorway friendly box. AKA you can actually get it up and into your apartment without having to take everything out individually at the store/on the sidewalk. Score! We’re off to a great start. Even better is that it’s literally the easiest piece of flatpack furniture I’ve ever built. And trust me when I say I’ve built a lot of flat pack furniture! The small space sofa comes in five pieces and slots together with ease. Don’t believe me?! Watch me build the sofa single-handedly below: See! Super easy! I opted to style the blue velvet 2-seater Live-it sofa as I liked the idea of styling around a bold, statement-making sofa such as this. I love the way natural light plays […]

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Joyful Design For January

SHOP THE LOOK: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 | fig.6 | fig.7 | fig.8 | traditional | mid-century | playful Hey, friends. How’s your week going? Hope it’s been a good one so far. I’m super excited because this month sees the first of my room designs go live in the grandinroad website and catalog – a gorgeous blue and green living room! Each month, between now and June, I’m going to be creating a make-you-smile style room from grandinroad’s product assortment to inspire you and provide achievable yet stunning ideas for home updates. How fun is that? This is such a fun project for me and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. Creating warm, welcoming, gently colorful spaces that make you want to, well, never leave(!) is a favorite aspect of my work. If doing this also gives me the opportunity to inspire you guys to want to make similar updates to your own homes along the way then that really makes me smile! As you guys know I get a ton of my design inspiration from travel, so my friends at grandinroad and I thought it would be fun if I designed […]

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My Plans for 2018

Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you all had a lovely break over the holidays? I arrived home in NYC from Norway late last night. My heart mate and I had an incredible vacation there between Christmas and New Year. You may have seen some of the pictures I shared on Instagram? Oh my, I just fell into love with Norway alllllll over again. I think it’s one of, if not the most, beautiful countries I’ve visited. It was so nice to travel for pleasure vs. work – it’s been a long time since we took a trip that was just for us. We hiked, we talked, we read, we cooked, we laughed, we cuddled. It was the best! I also had the time to practice my photography without pressure or guidelines, and it felt amazing to have the space and time to do that. Photography has always been one of my favorite parts of the content creation I work on for Bright.Bazaar. I can’t wait to share the content with you in the coming weeks and months. First, I’ve just gotta get through the shortlisting and editing of the 4,500+ photos I took…! See, I wasn’t joking when I […]

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Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity

// Sponsored by State Farm® (my social media fee was donated to Habitat for Humanity) and all views are, as always, my own. Throughout the fall I’ve been documenting my experience of volunteering for Habitat for Humanity across my social media channels as a part of the State Farm Neighborhood of Good® initiative. You can catch up with all the blog posts in my volunteering series right here. Today, I’m excited share the final post in the current series which looks back at the highlights from my volunteering day with Habitat for Humanity NYC. I was volunteering as part of Habitat for Humanity’s A Brush with Kindness program, which is a natural extension of their house-building work. They works mainly with the New York City Housing Authority to revitalize community centers across the city. We went down to the Lower East Side of New York to Hamilton-Madison House, which is a housing settlement that was established over 100 years ago, to give one of their classrooms a fresh lick of paint and playful new look.Myself, my heart mate and some friends including the lovely team from Madera, Aaron from The Modern Otter, and my good friend and wedding photographer, Jean-Laurent […]

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Scandinavian Breakfast: How I Start My Day

At the start of this year I blogged about how I made a conscious effort to change my morning routine when it came to waking up. Since then, I’ve looked for ways to improve my mornings in other ways, too. One of those subsequent changes was in what I ate for breakfast. So, in today’s post, the second in my partnership with Chobani, I’m sharing how I switched up my morning food routine. In case you missed it, my first post shared five tips for staying happy and healthy while traveling.Towards the end of the summer I was feeling stuck in a breakfast rut. I was itching to find a quick and healthy solution that I could add or subtract to depending on how much time I had each morning, or how hungry I was feeling. The solution? A Scandinavian-style breakfast. Here’s what I have: – Two soft-boiled eggs – Chobani Flip yogurt – Four pieces of thin crisp bread made from Rye – Cucumber slices – Grape tomatoes – Low-fat cheese or a few slices of hard cheese – Half an avocado sprinkled with chili flakes and a drizzle of EVOO. – A cup of fresh berries – An […]

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How I Decorated Our Beach House For Christmas

We had planned on construction finishing at our beach house much sooner than it did. Alas, due to various construction delays we actually only spent our first proper night there post-renovation in December! Still, it was lovely to ‘move in’ and immediately decorate for Christmas. There was something habitual about putting up the Christmas decorations that make the house feel extra cozy and welcoming for our first few stays out there. I don’t know about you but I’m feeling very festive and ready for the holiday break. So, in today’s post I’m sharing our beach house Christmas decor, along with some get-ahead planning ideas for the New Year in collaboration with TurboTax.For our beach house Christmas decor I was keen to keep things festive but simple. It’s a small space and I didn’t want to go overboard and make the rooms feel cluttered or too busy. So, I decided to add Christmas decor touches to existing pieces in the space. I placed flickering candles in votives, filled bell jars with small vintage mercury glass ornaments and placed simple evergreen branches in clear glass vases. The result was classic and cozy – I love it!I love an ‘extra’ tree that’s bursting […]

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Habitat for Humanity’s A Brush with Kindness Program

// Sponsored by State Farm® (my social media fee was donated to Habitat for Humanity) and all views are, as always, my own. Before I took part in my A Brush with Kindness volunteering event with Habitat for Humanity, I stopped by their NYC corporate office to meet with their volunteering team. I was keen to find out more about their A Brush with Kindness program, and also what it is like to volunteer for them. Today, I wanted to share what I learned from the Habitat for Humanity team in the hope that if you are thinking about volunteering this might help you understand how you too can volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. Many of you may know this, but I learnt that Habitat for Humanity is an international organization that operates through local chapters across the world, all of which are local, self-run, not for profit organizations. I think this is great as they have the support of an international organization yet they can also be adaptive to local needs. NYC has very specific housing needs and building homes in NYC is very different than other places in the USA and the world. In fact, Habitat for Humanity […]

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How To Wear Your Favorite Holiday Sweater

When it comes to seasonal holiday dressing, AKA wearing your fav festive finds, it can be a case of walking a fine line between a whimsical look or a what-on-earth-is-he-wearing look! Lots of you guys message me to say how much you like to wear a graphic shirt throughout the year, so I figured you probably like to do the same when it comes to dressing for the holidays, too. So, today’s post – the latest in my on-going collaboration with Old Navy – walks through my tips for how to wear your favorite holiday sweater – and how to look great doing so!Alright, so first up is to decide on that hero holiday sweater that’s going to anchor the look. Perhaps it’s an old favorite or maybe it’s a new find, like this fair isle tree motif sweater one I’m wearing. Then, build up the look from there. I took cues from the sophisticated monochrome palette of the sweater when choosing items to complete the look. I decided to wear a wool twill top coat in a dark charcoal color way so as to continue the monochrome color story of the outfit.I think every outfit needs a splash of […]

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A Weekend Escape

//Posted in partnership with the ACUVUE® Brand which also covered my eye exam. All views are my own. 2017 has been a wild ride and the past summer and fall have been particularly busy and full on. From project managing the renovation of our beach house to two whirlwind trips back across the Atlantic to England for friends’ weddings, as well as running the business and having to have an emergency surgery, it all left me feeling absolutely exhausted. I was ready to escape for a weekend with my heart mate and do all the things I love to do to recharge: spend some quiet time reading, walking, riding and exploring a new-to-me place for inspiration in my own time. So, I headed to Hudson, NY for some much needed downtime. Over the summer I was approached by ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses to try their new 30-day daily wear contact lenses. I’d been wanting to introduce contact lenses into my eye care routine for a year or so (before I was wearing glasses for driving and at the theatre etc.) as my husband has worn and been an advocate for contact lenses since we met eleven years ago. However, I’d […]

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Fall Leaves In Vermont: A Travel Guide

Three weeks ago I finally got to experience an adventure that’s been on my bucket list for the last ten years: an autumn road trip through the fall leaves in Vermont. I only had a weekend to see the fall leaves in Vermont but I lucked out and managed to capture the trees at their color peak. Seriously, the colors of the leaves were out of control bananas levels of bold and bright! I loved how the species of trees in the different forests across the state showed their own unique palettes: from one that was akin to a rainbow to others that were alive with fiery reds and auburns. After the jump I’m sharing all my tips for where to stay, where to eat and, most importantly, the best places to drive and hike to see the fall leaves in Vermont. There’s also the video I made showing the spectacular views of the fall leaves in Vermont, too. Come, let’s go for a drive…! Tap ▶️ to watch the video & 🔉on! Join me on a majestic road trip through the beautiful fall foliage of Vermont. 🍁 This trip came at the perfect time for me: I was in […]

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14 Luxury Advent Calendars For The Holidays

Last week, I attended SPACE:NK’s holiday press preview and shared an Instagram Story of the Diptyque advent calendar and my DMs legit blew up! Everyone was clearly excited about the idea of luxury advent calendars as much as I was. In fact, so much so that it’s already sold out on their site! No fear, I did some digging around and found that Diptyque themselves still have some limited stock – hurrah! Anyway, the huge response made me think it would be fun to pull together a round up of the different luxury advent calendars on the market this holiday season! I’m all for a bargain but if you can’t be a little extra or treat a loved one with a special surprise during the festive season, then when can you?! This round up includes luxury advent calendars that range from $495 through to $31 so there’s a range of price points, including several around $100 which feels like an indulgent festive treat but not an all out splurge, right? So, with that in mind, let’s dive into my favorite luxury advent calendars that are perfect for bringing a dash of holiday cheer all season long: – FIG.1: CORGI SOCK […]

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The Home by Ferm Living, Copenhagen

I was so excited to photograph The Home by Ferm Living during a recent trip to Copenhagen last month. Why? Well, for starters I’ve been a fan and follower of Ferm Living for many years (exhibit A and exhibit B are two examples of many blog posts I’ve published about the brand over the years!), but also because The Home by Ferm Living isn’t open to the public so much of the spaces were new-to-me as I stepped inside! In today’s content saturated world it’s rare to find an interior as stunning as The Home by Ferm Living that hasn’t been in every magazine/book/blog/Pinterest board. I get it: I excitedly pin/share/blog my favorite spaces too but, hey, as design lovers how refreshing is it to see new-to-you spaces that you just can’t get enough of?! Such a high. OK, I’ll stop geeking out now and dive straight into my tour of this gorgeous Danish apartment.Let’s kick off in the dining room because, well, it’s stunning. As I walked through the apartment I kept saying to my husband: this is exactly how I love to see color used in the home. It’s bold but not showy; muted but not boring. This […]

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The First Snow

Hey, friends. Happy Monday! The first New York City snow day of the season is always the most magical! I remember last year’s first snowfall in NYC as though it were just yesterday (see what I wore then here), and this year I was equally as excited to head out and explore my city as the flakes fell. So, I thew on my Cole Haan snow boots and ran out the door!Although it looks super cold in these pictures by New York City winter standards it actually wasn’t that cold (in other words, it was above freezing!). I knew that I planned to wonder the city while popping in and out of shops to run some errands so I purposely wore an open coat so that I wouldn’t get too hot in stores. I wore a super thick and cozy cable knit sweater underneath which also kept me super warm while I was outside. The sweater is last season from Club Monaco but this sweater from GAP is similar! The caramel chinos are also last season (J.crew) but this pair from American Eagle are very similar if you are looking to recreate this look!The scarf was the splash of make-you-smile […]

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A Stylish Scandinavian Holiday Party

Last weekend my heartmate and I opened up the beach house and welcomed our first set of guests since renovations finished at the property. The reason? We were throwing our holiday party which was kindly sponsored by Moen! Over the past few months I’ve shared the whole planning process for the party, from the design direction and the tablescape theme, to the party playlist and my outfit inspiration for the soiree! Today, I’m sharing images from the beach house so you can see how I styled the space to reflect my love of Scandinavian design, what I wore, and the signature cocktail that was served! The day before the holiday party I hosted a Facebook Live from the beach house (watch it here) and I talked a lot about the centerpiece decision for the tablescape. I decided to go for an arrangement of seasonal red berries and eucalyptus, and I displayed them with plenty of height so that the foliage was above the line of sight for guests. This was important to me because I wanted our guests to be able to be a part of a conversation no matter where it was happening on the table. With an arrangement […]

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Scarpetta Restaurant Copenhagen: Design Tour

During my stay in Copenhagen last week I ate at a beautiful Italian restaurant in the heart of the city. It was called Scarpetta restaurant and the simple yet stylish Scandinavian decor was so beautiful and on-point that I just had to share a restaurant design tour with you all! ‘Scarpetta’ is Italian for the last piece of bread that is used to soak up the remaining sauce from the plate. While I definitely ate alllll the delicious bread, pasta, pizza and meats at Scarpetta restaurant, I also soaked up all of the design details, too.The first thing I noticed when I walked into the space was the abundance of CH24 Wishbone chairs by Hens J Wegner. In fact, it’s this exact version of the CH24 Wishbone chair – white frame with natural seat – that we’d already ordered for the beach house dining room. I had ordered the chairs online, and while I’d obviously seen this design classic in person many times before, I’d never seen it in this finish and color. I loved it and seeing the chairs in the restaurant made me so excited to get my own set back home. Thanks to the combined top rail […]

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