Wednesday, December 18, 2013


The barn was really one large space, that I had to separate into multiple uses. There was the sitting room:

which was immediately adjacent to the foyer. Then there was the living space:

complete with a fireplace and multiple seating. Then there was the desk area:

And the bar:

But probably one of my most favorite spaces was the library:

One long antique table, atop an antique rug ... framed by gorgeous Safavieh chairs in a beautiful greige linen.

The Faxon chair from Safavieh's Mercer collection is a gorgeous dining room chair, made of oak, and upholstered in 100% linen in a taupe-gray color, is the perfect chair for this application. In fact, the chair would fit well into any room, making a great dining room chair, or library chair, a desk chair, even an armless occasional chair in a living room.

Safavieh has chairs, tables, ottomans, desks, storage pieces, you name it - and in every budget from the uber high-end to the very reasonably priced chairs that I used at the barn project.

The chairs are beautifully constructed, superbly comfortable, and come with fitted covers for protection. The nailhead trim gives the frame a masculine touch, while the softly turned legs and antique french wash on the gray oak legs are decidedly feminine. Not only would the size and color of the chair allow it to fit well into any space, it would appeal to both men and women.

Safavieh sells these chairs in a pair, making it easy order in multiples ... plus, they are incredibly well priced! So, if you're looking for furniture for your home or clients, look no further. Safavieh has everything you need, at great prices, fast shipping, and excellent customer service.


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