Life is too short to live ugly.
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......
I would buy the castle to put them in first.
Gold plated toilet, with auto soft close lid..............
wait....seriously what would I buy? .....the ENTIRE JA company
I would go to Mecox Gardens and say "just do it".
list too long but first thing that popped in my head was anything Gio Ponti, preferably a desk but not picky honestly.
the beds, for my staff
i'd buy a lot of land. then furnish the land with lots of swedish antique from Loi's store.
a set of bright orange Wegner Wishbone chairs! I'm dreaming of these majorly these days
I'd haul all my furniture to the upholster for renewal!
MCM classics - egg chair, eames lounger... and some togo seating.
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
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.
A house...then I'd be broke and I would have to shop in the trash again.But that'd be all right.
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.
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