Features: September '12
Bring style and personality to your dining room with our pick of the best dining chairs.
Whether you have a large, separate formal dining room used only for special occasions, or a small table tucked away in the kitchen for wolfing down your breakfast, finding the right style of chair is essential to make your eating space work for you.
We have a huge selection of dining chairs here at Furnish, including the decadent Moooi Smoke Dining Chair from Occa Home, which undergoes a unique wood burning process to achieve its unusual and gorgeous finish, and the Sasha dining chair from Tom Schneider, a stunning chair available in a wide choice of wood finishes and fabric.
Clockwise from top left: Iconic Metal Dining Chair from Out There Interiors, £155; Sasha dining chair from Tom Schneider, £310.25 – £450.50; Velvet Oval purple back dining chair from Lover’s lounge, £190; Retro circles dining chair red from Dwell, £69; Moooi Smoke Dining Chair from Occa Home, £1,157; Paparazzi Grey Velvet Crystal Buttoned Dining Chair from Alexander and Pearl, £320 for a pair.
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Add retro storage to your home with this Leonhard Pfeifer Abbeywood Cabinet from John Lewis, £599.
Finding furniture which offers versatile storage within an attractive design is always a joy.
And I’ve found just that, and from a High Street retailer.
This wonderful 2 door Abbeywood cabinet by Leonhard Pfeifer for John Lewis uses an attractive combination of muted colours in a delightful retro design, whilst providing a multitude of ways for organising your bits and pieces.
The range also includes a bookcase and TV stand, allowing you to mix and match to suit your living space.
Keep your bits and pieces tidy with this Magis Globo Wall Hook from A White Room, £24.
Regular readers will know that I am Mum to a 5 year old boy, and getting him to keep his bedroom tidy is an uphill battle.
Cars and trains end up all over the floor, as do superheroes, dinosaurs and pants!
Definitely the best way to keep things in order is ensuring there is plenty of easy-to-use storage, so that when he does get to tidy up, he can easily find a home for everything. So… baskets and buckets and boxes for toys, a dirty laundry bag and a big bin.
One outstanding issue is getting him to hang up his hoodies and coats, and I think some of these funky Magis Globo Wall Hooks from A White Room are just what's needed. A few, at kiddie height, should be just the thing to encourage him to keep them organised. No?