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    Pick Up Sticks Armchair by Resident

    June 6, 2014 | Decorate, Design, Furniture | 8 Comments »

    pick up sticks armchair by resident

     

    I always love that lone armchair in the home. Quite often it sits in the bedroom, beckoning for an item of clothing to be thrown over at the end of the day or sitting elegantly beside a sideboard in the living room. It’s a statement piece, a chair that doesn’t get that every day use, but is always there as a back up to be pulled out for that extra person.

     

    pick up sticks armchair | Resident

    Pick Up Sticks | Resident

     

    Pick Up Sticks, the latest armchair to be designed by Simon James for Resident here in New Zealand would suit that purpose perfectly. Launched at Edit by Design Junction during the Salone del Mobil in Milan in April, and finalist in the 2014 Home Magazine Design Awards. It’s without a doubt that this chair would certainly add a bit of eye candy to a room. The solid oak frame is impressive in its form and design with the upholstered components manufactured separately for shorter lead times. While there are a variety of custom colour options available,  I don’t know about you but I quite fancy the quilted fabric choice.

    Happy weekend!

    Mel xx

     

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    1. June 6th, 2014 at 11:06 am

      I agree-love a lone chair in the house Mel! Did you have a wonderful Birthday? Enjoy your weekend lovely xx

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      mel replied:

      I did thanks! Wonderful time in sydney and then home to the beautiful family. Have a great weekend too xx

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    2. June 6th, 2014 at 5:08 pm

      what a fantastic design! and i love the pendant too!
      happy birthday mel!! i read that so many great people started their best work after 40 or even 50, so the best chapter is just opening! =)

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      mel replied:

      Thanks Ananda and I have to say that I’m feeling pretty positive for this next decade! Yes Resident is really impressive design collaboration. Mel x

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    3. June 6th, 2014 at 8:10 pm

      I am fascinated by the so called Spanish chair (just learned that name) with deeply tanned leather. I have a different armchair in my bedroom using it on a daily base, not for its designed purpose but just as a bedcover storage place until the next morning. Have a wonderful weekend, Mel, hugs from Venice.

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      mel replied:

      Oh I love the Spanish chair, I just looked it up. Have a great weekend Gudy and in Venice, how nice! M xx

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    4. June 9th, 2014 at 1:04 pm

      Very sleek and elegant! We have many lone chairs ( particularly children classics) in the house, on different floors. Love having the variety.
      Have a great week lovely xx

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      mel replied:

      Oh lucky you and hmmm different floors? Your house sounds more amazing than I thought. Have a great weekend too Geraldine xx M

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