Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Designer "Tear Sheet" Thursday






When I'm shopping "To the Trade" showrooms for something specific for a client, I'll ask the showroom for a "tear sheet".  That is a picture and description of an item that they are selling.  I can then share the tear sheet with my client and keep a copy in their folders so I have all the pertinent info.  


I thought it might be fun to do a post each week and call it Tear Sheet Thursday.  it will be an opportunity to share some of the newest products and furniture that have crossed my path that week with my readers. 


This week, I've been shopping for a chaise and I found this one!  This modern, modified wing-back chaise has great style and shape!  This would look amazing in so many spaces!


the Bruno chaise


Isn't she a beauty!


Here's some inspiration for using a chaise in your own space.


Houzz

Ruthie Summers

House to Home

Color Sizzler

Jeffery Bilhuber

2.bp.blogspot.com

Apartment Therapy

Arhaus.com

Casadevalentina.com

citified.blogspot.com


Classic Antique.com


Be inspired!!

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7 comments:

  1. Love the one you have found and love the inspiration. Working on my daughter's room at the moment....maybe a chaise is in order vs. the chair/ottoman route I was going to go for nightly storytime! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  2. Sally great line-up!! I have thought about using a chaise in my living room, this is opening up that idea again, I am getting inspired!! Happy Thursday, sweetie,xo Kathysue

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  3. Love these! I've
    always wanted a
    chaise, but don't
    have one, yet. Maybe
    because I would have
    a very hard time
    committing to only
    one style : ) !!
    xx Suzanne

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  4. Great idea, Sally. Sounds like you have a new series! Beautiful chaises. My fave is the first one.

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