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On the Hunt: Vintage Floor Lamps

Chairish: Vintage Lamps | Sacramento Street

 

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While I have placed a floor lamp in my nursery, the rest of my house only has table lamps. I’m ready to find the perfect floor lamp for my living room. I’m having trouble deciding between a more traditional swing-arm lamp in brass or a mid-century modern floor lamp.  I have always favored a mix of modern and vintage and I have to say, I’ve been tempted by the chrome arc lamp as well as the actual vintage mid-century lamps.

Chairish: Vintage Lamps | Sacramento Street

1.) Chrome 5 Arm Arc Lamp on Marble Base


2.) Rare Vintage Castiglioni Arco Lamp


3.) Robert Sonneman 1960’s Swing Arm Floor Lamp


4.) Chrome Arc Lamp By Robert Sonneman


5.) Tall Brass Articulating Floor Lamp


In San Francisco, when vintage lamps show up in stores, they are swooped up quickly. A place I have found a plethora of floor lamps that I love are on the website Chairish. They have both traditional and mid-century choices.  The only trouble I’ll have, is deciding which lamp to chose.  Which do you prefer?

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Greycork: Convenience Meets Good Design

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In my design business, I have always believed that less is more. I would rather have fewer pieces of quality than a house filled with throwaway furniture. Along with this, I find that buying from smaller companies that care about all of the details of their products can make the experience of buying items an enjoyable one. When I heard about Greycork, I knew their business model fit into my belief about design.

 

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Greycork is a  online furniture startup producing quality furniture that brings cutting-edge design together with practical convenience. Both of the co-founders attended RISD and this is apparent in their products.

 

I have their desk and use it as my office desk. Each of these pieces arrive to your door in only five days. The top of the desk is a stunning solid wood that feels like satin. The metal legs of the table fold into the top for easy storage and it is easy to move from room to room.

 

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I highly suggest popping over to their site! Greycork has done it right – creating products that work in your life.


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On the Hunt: Dining Room Chairs

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A great way to avoid having a home that looks cookie-cutter is to make sure there is a mix of both old and new. What better way to do this than mixing modern and vintage chairs at your dining room table.

On The Hunt : Chairs Inspiration | Sacramento Street1.) Burke Tulip Chairs


2.) Mid-Century Modern Arm Chair


3.) Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Armchairs


4.) Knoll Tulip Chairs


5.) Stratham Mid-Century Modern Loveseat


6.) Nicos Zographos Chairs


At my table I have four modern chairs with sheepskins on the seat to add a bit of comfort. In between these chairs, I’ve added two vintage bentwood chairs from Spain.

 

Another trick is to have a loveseat on one side of the table. Not only is this a comfortable option, but it helps to make your dining room warm and inviting.

 

Finally, why not have an upholstered chair at each end of the table? I guarantee it will draw you in and you’ll linger with a good book and a cup of tea. These easy ideas can be the difference in a dining room never being used or a place you enjoy and choose to use.

 

One of my go-to places for unique items is Chairish. This is a site you want to use often, as the merchandise is always changing. You can find a unique set of chairs to mix with those you already have. And before you know it, you’ll want to hang in the often-overlooked dining room.

 


Shop more of my favorite side tables on Chairish.


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The Perfect Changing Table

Changing Table

One of the decisions I made was to not buy a changing table for the nursery. Instead, I found a chest-of-drawers I adored and retrofit it into a changing table. Believe me, if I can do it (the queen of DIY disasters!) anyone can.


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I’m drawn to champagne-style chest-of-drawers. They remind me of the inside of a steamer trunk and anything related to travel is attractive to me. I found just what I was looking for at Land of Nod. Three ample drawers give me the room for everything I need when changing Jackson. And it was so easy to attach the changing table top. We attached it to the back of the chest so when Jackson is no longer in need of a changing table, we can remove the top and have it simply as a chest-of-drawers.


Changing Table

You don’t have to give up good style when you put together a nursery.

Sources:

Campaign Dresser | White Changing Tray

Changing PadGrey Dot Changing Pad Cover

Small Rattan BasketsSwaddling Blankets

White Monogram Towel | White Rattan Hamper 


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Press: Jackson’s Nursery Reveal

Nursery | Design by Caitlin Flemming | Photo by Bess Friday

 

Today I’m thrilled to finally share Jackson’s nursery with all of you. This project was a labor of love and it all fell into place with ease. I envisioned a peaceful oasis for him to enjoy.


Originally, I had planned to keep the guest bed in the room. However, it quickly became apparent that there wasn’t enough room. I swapped that idea for a low woven bench with a cushion and pillows that is kid friendly that we could use as a reading nook. This allowed for more space to bring in the glider, crib, and changing table.


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A nursery has all of the must-haves for a babies room – crib, changing table, chest of drawers. But when designing the nursery I thought about how it could evolve with time. That’s why I purposefully chose items that can change over time as he grows up. For example, the changing tray on the campaign dresser can be removed and it becomes a stunning chest of drawers. The baskets filled with receiving blankets can also function for storing toys. If you think ahead, you can buy items that serve several functions.


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Nursery | Design by Caitlin Flemming | Photo by Bess Friday


To see more of the nursery and my favorite baby essentials, pop over to Rue Magazine.

Nursery Sources:

 

Hudson Crib from Serena & Lily | Mimi Floor Lamp | Kaleidoscope Crib Sheets |  White Bumper |  Watercolor Painting by Emily ProudMonte Design Glider in White |
Large Ikat Pillows (custom) | Small Blue & White Dash Pillow | Drapes


Photos by Bess Friday | Designed by Caitlin Flemming

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