It certainly looks like Fall in the Washington suburbs. The leaves are in full color, pumpkin patches have cropped up all around town and ghost decorations are taking over lawns.
After a weekend away of soccer at the Virginia shore, I am enjoying this Columbus Day inside admiring the trees we have back home, their leaves bursting in full color, feeling warm and cozy with a pot of soup simmering on the stove. AND with all these thoughts of fall, it strikes me that I have not yet shared my newest acquisition, one that is staring right at me and so fittingly aligns with the hallowed season --my Ghost armchairs!
What do you think?
If you are like me, you love the classic Louis XVI silhouette made modern with the use of translucent Lucite. You love the shine and curves. You love the ability to have a glamorous object that takes up so little visual space- AND- is comfortable.
Or maybe you side with my husband, and think, WHAT-you bought plastic chairs?!
Regardless of your subjectivity, these are famous chairs. They were created by Phillippe Starck in 2002 as a modern nod to classic form. Originals are made from a single injection molded polycarbonate which is strong, scratch resistant and recyclable.
Simply search for 'Ghost Chair' and you will see these beauties used in any and all interior (and exterior) design schemes. And maybe you will even come across mine.
Disclaimer- mine are NOT the originals made by Kartell. You can find the originals here: