Dining Room Part 1: Can you Thay Thonet?
The first pieces we found (while looking for something else) at Reside, Inc. were these Eames-esque (but oh so much more affordable and from the same time period) Thonet dining chairs. Don't get me wrong, I am the biggest Eames-worshipper of all time but these were just lined up so pretty-like in the shop and then...

Oh yes we did. Eight. Because one of the things we longed to do most in our new home was have more than one or two people over for dinner - hell, a dinner party even! Yes! And now it can be a reality (still need that table mentioned in previous post) however, we can have THREE other couples over for dinner. At least.

Latest Addition: Here are the chairs in action!

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April 29, 2010 at 11:46 AM  
Anonymous Tyler (plastolux) said...
Hello, you wouldn't happen to have a picture of these at your table? I am trying to convince my wife that these are really nice!

April 29, 2010 at 11:55 AM  
Blogger Jodi said...
Tyler, I think I might! They DO look great and the seat and back cradle the body. I have 8 around my dining table. I'll find a shot and upload. -J

April 29, 2010 at 12:01 PM  
Anonymous Tyler (plastolux) said...
Jodi that would great! thanks so much

May 4, 2010 at 5:51 PM  
Blogger Jodi said...
Posted. The second one was dim because of holiday party but you get the idea!.

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Christopher Scott and Jodi Vautrin are the husband and wife team behind Ourhaus, where they chronicle their adventures in home improvement, decorating and travel. After purchasing a unique loft space just a few miles north of Boston, they began photographing and writing about their projects and it blossomed into a creative outlet and platform.

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