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My Favorite Place to Sit

by Stacie Bloomfield / 6 comments

There is always a competition in the Bloomfield house: who gets to sit in the yellow chair after work. It is perfectly comfortable, as proven by the permanent butt indention in the cushion :)

Yes. This cozy chair is has single-handedly made us a less productive family, because once you sit in it, you never want to get up! Plus, from a decorating standpoint, it fills this awkward wall that leads to the hallway quite nicely! Yes, this chair has been loved, as seen by the seams bursting on the cushion and a few crayon stains from the little lady.

This space is always evolving in terms of decor. The chair stays, but everything around it has changed at least 3 times. This weekend I think I finally settled on an arrangement and color palette that I adore! I repainted the lamp a navy blue, made a quick pillow cover out of some on hand fabric, and framed a print from my absolute favorite American Mid Century painter, Fairfield Porter.

What is it about a cozy nook that makes a house feel more like home? Now if only I could find a little rug and round side table, my nook would be complete :)

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  • Naomi on

    I LOVE the mint and the navy blue together! I never would have thought of that combo, but it looks so cozy and great!

  • Kim on

    So I was browsing the Interwebs when I stumbled here! I saw your post about anthropologie and havin to go to Tulsa. So I looked on your about to see where you’re from and lo! I am from Fayetteville!!! It’s great to see other bloggers from the area! And yours is fab looking! I need to get mine up to speed. And a yellow chair to sit in while I do that ;)

  • Mandi @ make it dear on

    such a cute little corner! l love being able to mix and match and make it all come together like you have :)

  • Ness on

    off to google fairfield porter…

  • Kristin! on

    Beautiful chair!

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