With spring springing all around, I find that change is happening both outside and inside my home. Remember the chairs I purchased last week? Troy with Junk Exchange got me all educated about these circa 1935 chairs. They are Kem Weber Springer armchairs. Can you imagine how many folks have enjoyed these chairs in the last 75 years?
The style of the chairs is entirely new for me and my home. My decor must adjust. And this, people, is the fun part! Change isn't always bad.
My den went from this:
I'm still playing. Shopping in my own home (and Primitiques) has been fun, but, I may have to go buy some new-to-me pieces. A taller chrome table in the corner, maybe. A different rug? What do you think? Keep the mirror on the left? Or go with a frameless mirror for cleaner, more modern lines?
The tiki man on the right may go. Maybe a cow pelvis hanging on the wall?
So far, so good. (See the missing arm on the chair on the left? No fear. I'll have it soon.)
Now that these chairs have joined the family, it's hard to get anything done. All I want to do is sit and spring up and down. I'll just be sitting here, comfortably waiting for your input. Take your time.
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