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This at least suggests that there are choices you'd like more. I'd be very interested in seeing them.
Thanks. We are leaning towards the first one. It's probably $3.5K shipped to the states.
I sat in this last week and really liked it: http://www.dwr.com/living-lounge-chairs/milo-baughman-recliner-74/6276.html?lang=en_US#lang=en_US&start=4
I'm looking for a bar cabinet. Less than 5K. Mid-century modern style home (both archetecture and other furniture). Here are some initial option, and I welcome thoughts about these or other suggestions: http://www.city-furniture.be/1117/1950s_elegant_cocktail_cabinet_________/ http://www.geertdebruycker.com/collection/cabinet-by-kurt-ostervig/595/ needs to be between 40" and 50" long and no higher than 45"
Thank you.
I am starting the daunting process of furnishing a mid-century modern home in Houston. Can someone who knows what they're talking about give me the 30-second analysis of design within reach? I'm generally fine with the price point, and appreciate seeing in one store lots of stuff I find visually appealing . But I don't know anything about furniture or furniture construction, and certainly don't want to miss out on viable, superior alternatives simply because I'm...
I've never made a post like this before, but my experience in Paris earlier this month at Aubercy requires one now. My first day in Paris I stopped by the Aubercy shop to look around. The shoes were stunning. So much so that my wife was only a little bored. I had a brilliant time walking around the shop and was struck by the craftsmanship of the shoes. Both what you can see (the stitching is impeccable, the lines clean, the leather flawless) and what you (or at least...
Paris? Already have reservations at the high end places we plan to try. But where can we walk-in and enjoy great food.
Thanks to you both. This is very helpful. I've never given any thought to casual clothing (despite giving a lot of thought to my professional wardrobe) so even this basic advice is quite helpful.
As the title suggests, I'm spending some time in Paris this summer. Typically, I'm either dressed up (think Edward Green cap toes) or dressed very down (think new balance sneakers). I'd like to pick up a couple of pairs of shoes I could wear walking through Paris during the day that will be comfortable but not as slovenly as my tennis shoes. Any additional thoughts would be much appreciated.
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