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Table for three

Hello Monday! Table for three anyone?! I mean, what a perfect set-up; the fab Eero Saarinen Tulip table, the mis-matched vintage dining chairs, IKEA's little black children's high chair (I think, although they don't seem to stock it anymore unfortunately), the white washed black board paint wall and the soft touch with the pretty pink flowers.  What a lovely space?! Note to self, must by flowers on my way home....or send man a small hint....

Covet Garden
A little erm, off the weather today as recovering from a friend's wedding in the beautiful fishing village of Öregrund, near Uppsala at the weekend. It was such a romantic day! I promise to be back tomorrow with lots of inspiration and a beautiful house tour (and a clear head hopefully!).



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  1. Thanks for leaving us with such a lovely dining space for inspiration while you recover. The tulip table and eames-like chairs work so well together.

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  2. Love the Tulip table with a mix and match approach to seating. Very now!

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  3. Love that giant black board, sounds like a great weekend.

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  4. I'm not usually a fan of the tulip table (I know, probably the only person in the world who isn't) but I actually like this set-up! The floor and the walls are gorgeous too!

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  5. The mix and match chairs work a treat around the Tulip table.

    The wedding sounds fab - super romantic! :)

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  6. What a great dining area! The Tulip Table is a favorite of mine aswell, it's still on my wishlist and will probably remain there for a while. :)
    /Hanna

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