Today I’m loving … these garden chairs from Anthropologie.
The chairs, designed by David Le Versha, are inspired by the designs of traditional wrought iron fencing.
Wow, love them!
Skikkelig fine men de ser ikke så innmari komfortable ut må jeg si!
Haha, it is too early for me, let me try that again in english!
These are really nice but they don’t look all that comfortable to be honest
I agree with Signe, they look extremely uncomfortable but would look nice especially when you have all the different colours and shapes in one set.
cute, one of these would look so cute out in the garden. I love the orange one.
They’re adorable and would make for great conversation starters but I’m not sure I’d actually like to sit on one!
I love these! The colors are fabulous. They would be perfect to brighten up a dull patio or back yard!
cute cute chairs. would love to have these out in my backyard enjoying our view with a cup of tea in the states.
Thanks for sharing happy weekend
Oh wow! Love these.
These garden chairs certainly brightened up my rainy day here! <3 anthropologie and your blog!
Love these chairs..so pretty and whimsical..love all the gorgeous colors too! i agree..they don’t seem too comfortable..but i’ll still take them! have a lovely weekend..do visit my blog when you have a moment! xx meenal
CUTE! Love it…
aww, the chairs are lovely!
I agree…cute and whimsical. They would be perfect for an entry or corner. Love the colors!
me toooooo! love love love
There are realy cute and like the way they look but would only use them as eyecatchers and not to sit upon
love love love them
oh, such cute chairs! ?
Fantastic look, I would love to have a few of these in my garden! (but as others said here above, I would probably have them more to look at rather than sit upon…)
Beautiful. They remind me of the (heavy) iron chairs in Cuba. Indeed, terrible to sit on, but who cares
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