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10 Monday Mix and match

Sometimes renovating my home feels like a complicated puzzle and some pieces simply won't fit. I've been scratching my head over the dining table and chairs for ages. Should they be a set of Eames? Wegner? IKEA? A simple rough wooden bench? And then my friend Sofia came over at the weekend and suggested a complete mix. YEEEESSSS!! It's so much easier to find a vintage bargain of just one piece too. Here's my inspiration.....I can't wait to get started!











I found all of these lovely pictures on Pinterest. And I feel incredibly guilty that just for the next couple of hours I'm going to have to credit them through my 'Fine Dining' board. But as soon as I find a quiet moment (I am at home with my two little girls this morning who are 3 and 1!) I promise to come back and credit each photo. 

See you shortly and Happy Monday!



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  1. Perfect way forward for the kitchen in my opinion. Very personal and dynamic. The kitchen is also here in change at our house and I just need to convince my man to have this mix as well. I am sure it will look great!

    Have a nice day together with your girls!
    /Mette

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  2. Ecelectic is always best in my view!
    Enjoy the hunt!

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  3. I've been thinking of doing the same. But the idea of stools in the mix had never even occurred to me- thanks!

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  4. So beautiful and cozy images. I love the idea of mixing the chairs and love ... the last table :) . Thank you for the inspiration. Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Radostina

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  5. I love the mixes! Has a classic home feel. In the photos I love seems little POPS of red ... like in the pendant lamp cord, chair legs, heart of wall ... I love them!!!

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  6. I love mixed chairs on a kitchen or dining room table, it definitely ups the cozyness and adds a personal touch!

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  7. I bet you will agree with my idea about furniture... the more they are rustic-looking while having the clean look, the more they get pricier. but these furniture are rare. i can hardly find one while strolling in the mall.

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    1. You're absolutely right Maya. I think what it takes is hours and hours searching flea markets (early in the morning!). Or braving it on the auction sites (more expoensive though).

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