And nowhere to put it.
A few weeks ago, I got an email from my good friend Sandi asking if I’d be interested in a mid-century Danish chair that she had recently been given. She sent over a photo and once I wiped the drops of drool off of my laptop, I responded letting her know that yes I would absolutely be interested.
Well, she made a trip up to Austin this past week and brought the chair by – and oh my goodness it is gorgeous.
I am in love. We don’t really have a home for it yet, because we think it will eventually live in our garage once we get around to converting it to a media room-slash-office. Once we do that, we’ll probably reupholster the cushions in something that will fit in with the style Corey is wanting to go for – a sort of old-school lounge-y/library feel. Of course, it’ll probably be a year or two before we’re able to actually tackle that project, so we aren’t quite sure where to put it in the meantime.
For now, the chair is sitting in our living room behind our couch. We aren’t using it (we really can’t, because we need to fix the supports for the seat before we do), but the chair is doing a pretty good job of just sitting there and looking pretty.
Well, that and serving as Ranger’s new favorite spot in the whole house. This chair might be small, but Ranger almost instantly claimed it as his once we brought it in the house and it’s rare to see him laying on the couch anymore – he’d rather be hanging out in his favorite chair.
I love that dog.
And I’m pretty okay with the chair too. Now we just need to find a good home for it – one that’s still easily accessible to Ranger, of course!
Have you ever got a piece of furniture without knowing where you were going to put it?