Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Who Needs Arms Anyway ? * Part ll


These are fun.
You can use them in a dining room as seating at your dining table
It would be used  instead of a ready made banquet.
And if you did that you would gain at least 30"
in the room by putting the armless piece it against the wall of the dining room.
Just pull the table up and slightly over it. I have found that pedestals work best,
that way there are no table legs fighting you to get in or out.
 Right?

The Juliet from Lexington



An armless sectional * heaven.

Liz Claybourne by Lexington


This is an armless sectional I designed and had made for that boyfriend .
It was no less than fabulous.






These 2 are divine anywhere
Don't you agree?.

This is just elegant.

This is a bit too funky for me, but it is certainly armless.

Again....these could be perfect in the right fabric, and in the right room.

She does armless too.








Just remember if you do a banquet for dining,
remember it must be armless.
If it is not it is too hard to get in the seat with out moving the whole piece.
And most of the time others are sitting on it too at the same time as you.

Would you use a banquet for a dining area 
in your home ?
Do you think it would look cozy 
and elegant ?


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10 comments:

  1. ou nice

    I need the glamor one w/the fringe - ou le tre' baby

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  2. I actually prefer your "Boyfriend" design best of all. It's boxy the way I like, feet and all. Best suited to book end or chain gang together.

    Yes, it's all about the banquet in the kitchen for me. I prefer a big white vinyl booth!

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  3. michelle obama needs those arms.
    but me? no, no arms and my banquet does not either.

    love the barbara barry selection!

    debra

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  4. teri

    thank you. i like the one i did best too.
    it has bench seats ,
    they are almost like 2 twins put together. and that was the idea.
    he had kids and when they had extra guest over the sectional could accommodate them.

    xx

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  5. Love them in the dining room...changes it up a bit. Missed you at market. Were you there, what did you think?

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  6. I love a diminutive sofa or loveseat pulled up to a dining room table. Jaithan and I have ours on tiny casters for easy manuevering!

    Btw, I would LOVE your support on the ELLE DECOR window I did for the Big Window Challenge this year at Bloomingdale's. Cast your vote at http://www.bigwindowchallenge com and by texting “1” to 89800.

    Your support means the world to me!!

    Xo
    Eddie

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  7. Your boyfriend's sectional looks so inviting...love the fabric on it...

    and those two camel backs are adorable...

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  8. city living
    i wasn't there, but i will be at the veranda mag thingie.
    i think it is march 11.
    let me know if you go.
    we can meet up.
    xx

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  9. I like the idea but would have to cover it with glass...I'm a slob and the thing would be ruined in a week!
    xo,
    Carole

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  10. opps realized you meant something all together different...duh!
    I was looking at the last pic.

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