The best vintage seat in the house.....

You wouldn't know it's summer here today, or for the last few days with the drop in temperature and rain we are having. It's been a nice change especially since our air conditioner has been running constantly day and night with the heat.

So with the drop in temperature and rain, it's been a nice time for enjoying baked goods, reading and relaxing in one of my most favourite places in the house.


Known around our house as "my chair", I have become even more attached to my old school swivel rocker since having my babies, many a night has been spent feeding my them off to sleep in this beauty. It is by far the comfiest chair in the house. I have toyed with the idea over the years of redoing the cushions but have decided the tweed is perfect and part of her charm.

She was bought several years ago for $15, and she has been worth every cent. Quite seriously though, in an emergency other than the obvious things everyone always says they would grab, I would also try and lug her out on to the path. Sad but true, but that's how I feel about her and the calm that she brings upon you when seated within her arms.

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My Vintage Childhood: The best vintage seat in the house.....

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The best vintage seat in the house.....

You wouldn't know it's summer here today, or for the last few days with the drop in temperature and rain we are having. It's been a nice change especially since our air conditioner has been running constantly day and night with the heat.

So with the drop in temperature and rain, it's been a nice time for enjoying baked goods, reading and relaxing in one of my most favourite places in the house.


Known around our house as "my chair", I have become even more attached to my old school swivel rocker since having my babies, many a night has been spent feeding my them off to sleep in this beauty. It is by far the comfiest chair in the house. I have toyed with the idea over the years of redoing the cushions but have decided the tweed is perfect and part of her charm.

She was bought several years ago for $15, and she has been worth every cent. Quite seriously though, in an emergency other than the obvious things everyone always says they would grab, I would also try and lug her out on to the path. Sad but true, but that's how I feel about her and the calm that she brings upon you when seated within her arms.

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4 Comments:

At January 17, 2012 at 8:34 PM , Blogger Vintage Sweetheart said...

She looks very cozy!!!

 
At January 17, 2012 at 9:17 PM , Blogger Kitty said...

Aaaw, nice! I think we all need our 'place' in our own homes. Thanks for sharing :)

 
At January 17, 2012 at 10:50 PM , Blogger Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

How sweet. It looks like a very cosy corner indeed. xx

 
At January 18, 2012 at 10:31 PM , Blogger Anne @ Domesblissity said...

I feel like I'm looking back in time Trudie. It looks very cozy and very retro. I love it.

Anne xx

 

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