Tuesday, November 23, 2010

[ mismatched seating ]

IT'S THANKSGIVING week for my US friends and many will be gathering family around the table to enjoy a wonderful turkey dinner. Whenever our family gets together on these holidays, we scramble to find enough chairs so that we can all squeeze together around the table. Whenever I see dining rooms with a mix of chair styles, it makes me think of those happy holidays. I find the look so charming, whether planned as part of the look of the room or just a temporary solution to a big gathering.

lisa


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15 comments:

anita @ a dreamer's den said...

oh yes, we always have gather chairs from around the house!
Great images; my favorite is #3!

A Room For Everyone said...

Wish we had thanksgiving here! I am very much in love with the first image..Rachaelxx

Coco Coterie said...

Oh, I am so totally into mismatched chairs. As much as I love uniformity, I despise it. :)
Have a wonderful day ~ xox Alexandra

A Flair for Vintage Decor said...

I agree!! Happy Thanksgiving! Take care, Caroline

jeanette from everton terrace said...

First I was going to say I love everything about that 2nd room and then I got to the 3rd room and drooled over the artwork and now I have fainted from seeing that amazing cabinet in the 4th room. I want it, I really really do.

shari @ little blue deer said...

This makes me so happy, we unfortunately have mismatched chairs (3 of each), sometimes I hate them, but sometimes (like now), I think they look sort of boho chic! XX!

for the love of a house said...

I, too, love the charm of mismatched chairs! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

joan

p.s. the muffins really are amazingly delish! let me know if you make them!

Meeling said...

I love the mismatched look!

My chairs all end up matching because we have to rent a table/chairs from the party store to fit everyone...but I purposely mismatch my wine glasses at each place setting. No need for wine glass markers! And the bonus...if you break one...no worries, none of them matched anyways! ;-)

La Dolfina said...

You are so right, there is something about mismatched chairs that connotes gathering and good times. It's sort of like communal tables at some restaurants... it's down home & friendly!!!
Beautiful images Lisa!!
xx

annechovie said...

Great tables! Happy Thanksgiving xx

Privet and Holly said...

Lovely, all,
Lisa! The first
one, especially,
spoke to me : )
Thank you for
your holiday wishes!
Hope your dad
continues to get
stronger.
xx Suzanne

Mandy Higgs said...

I can't say much more then je t'aime je t'aime je t'aime!!!
Xo
Mandy

Marcus Design said...

I really like the look of mismatched seating, it really gives a comfortable look. And I don't like it when there are too many repeated pieces in a room!
Nancy xo

Pinecone Camp said...

Love the room with the picture rail. A perfectly, unperfect room!

Pearl said...

Gorgeous dining rooms!
I love the eclectic one! with the different chairs and the picture frames! love it!!


Pearl

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