Saturday, March 27, 2010

A Pastel Look at the Chinese Chippendale Chair


With spring and Easter upon us, I thought it would be fun to look at how pretty the Chinese Chippendale chair looks in pastel paint or fabric. The first three pictures are from my home.



Lonny-mint green


Molly Duffy and Hugh Burns-white with pastel cushions and lilac walls


Elle Decor-yellow and I love the walls in Sea Haze by Benjamin Moore


Metropolitan Home-blue


Elle Decor-white and gray


Jonathan Adler-chartreuse green


14 comments:

D.B. said...

I think your chairs are beautiful! Where do you find all your lovely furniture?

gailjrichardson said...

Love the green chair the puppy is setting in and the puppy is really adorable to.

Kelly at Chatelaine Ranch said...

OMG - how timely! I was just looking these up on ebay! Hard to find here in Colorado Springs, may have to drive to Denver. I love the Chinese Chippendale's! I want six for my dining room, and looking for a bargain, even some I can recover in pretty fabric! Thanks! Great post!

ashlina said...

wow. so beautiful. can i please have the one with the puppy on it. adorable!!!

xo

Chic Coles said...

Wow do we love everyone. The green, and blue are just perfect.

Kathysue said...

Every single image super!! Loved them all. I especially love the fabric on your barstools, it is amazing. Love your use of color!!

Style Redux 2 said...

D.B.-The Chinese Chippendale stools are from Ballard Designs and the Chinese Chippendale chair I found at a second hand store and refinished myself. Thanks!

Style Redux 2 said...

Gail-Thanks for stopping by.

Style Redux 2 said...

Kelly-eBay often has great sets.

Style Redux 2 said...

Ashlina-Do you want the chair or the Cavalier?

Style Redux 2 said...

CC-Great colors.

Style Redux 2 said...

Kathysue-Thanks so much.

Pam @ bibbidi-bobbidi-beautiful said...

I just found your blog and I'm in love!!! I have a question for you- I have a set of 6 chinese chippendale chairs -4 side chairs, 2 arm chairs. They look identical to the jonathan adler chairs, but my parents purchased them in the early 70s. I'm not sure of the manufacturer. Anyway, two of the side chairs have become quite loose, especially the rung across the bottom and at the center point in the back of the chair. My dad tried reglueing them once, but it didn't last long. Do you know anything about repairing these chairs? Or can you point me towards someone who does? Thanks!

Style Redux 2 said...

Pam-I would suggest a good upholsterer in your area.