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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Wednesday wonderings - What would you buy first?


You just won the lottery - the BIG ONE. 

What dream furnishings would you purchase first?

15 comments:

amyoliver said...

Tulip Table with a carrerra top, with some kennedy chairs to go around it. And an Artichoke light to go above. I would also be buying a big massive London townhouse with a beautiful dining room to put them in......

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I would buy the castle to put them in first.

eddielicious said...

Gold plated toilet, with auto soft close lid..............

eddielicious said...

wait....seriously what would I buy? .....the ENTIRE JA company

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

I would go to Mecox Gardens and say "just do it".

Coulda shoulda woulda said...

list too long but first thing that popped in my head was anything Gio Ponti, preferably a desk but not picky honestly.

Debra Phillips said...

the beds, for my staff

Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

i'd buy a lot of land. then furnish the land with lots of swedish antique from Loi's store.

Jessica said...

a set of bright orange Wegner Wishbone chairs! I'm dreaming of these majorly these days

Madam Pince said...

I'd haul all my furniture to the upholster for renewal!

Laurel Lyon said...

MCM classics - egg chair, eames lounger... and some togo seating.

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

I would design and build our forever(aka retirement) home in warmer climes, near some water and pay for it and anything in it, in full !, Maybe even build a Michael Reynolds style Earthship home- 100% sustainable, no utility bills... You're getting me going... xo Nancy

David said...

My boss has a Baker sofa in his office that may be the most comfortable thing I've ever sat on. I'd start with a pair of those.

jason said...

A house...then I'd be broke and I would have to shop in the trash
again.
But that'd be all right.

kumi said...

There was a lovely island off the coast of southern France- a cool 12 mil, it was perfectly pastoral and would be ours.

I have a list of furnishings- many classic Edward Wormley Dunbar pieces, a George Sherlock tufted sofa. Lighting by Steven Gambrel, Fortuni and the Murano islands. And accessories worthy of Sir John Soane, of course.