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Minka Aire Light WaveCeiling Fan - 52" White
“Your ceiling fan should feel seamless and act as a quiet contribution to your overall design!”
- B. Powers, Interior Designer
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Whether you live in an apartment or a house, bar stools can be a great way to add extra seating to a tight space - I use them in clients' homes all the time.
Bar stools come in a variety of styles and can fit in any space. These stools below are all casual options for sitting around a breakfast bar or island and are especially handy when you're dwelling in a tiny apartment with no room for a table.
1. Zuo Union Square Natural Wood X-Back Bar Chair 2. Prague Neutral Linen with Silver Nailhead Bar Stool
3. Modern Wishbone White 19 1/2-Inch-W Y Stool 4. Cafe Aluminum 37-Inch-H Modern Counter Chair
The first option is a traditional, weathered wood stool. The second is a smartly upholstered bar stool with wood legs and nail head detailing, making it a bit more formal. Both of these would be a great fit for a classic, traditional or coastal home.
Next is a white, modern wishbone chair with a natural seat. And lastly, the metal bar stool could make the perfect addition to a contemporary and/or industrial loft, studio or house.
Caitlin Flemming is a decorator, stylist and founder of lifestyle and interior design blog Sacramento Street. It was launch in May 2009, with the desire to create a space that inspired readers with daily posts on interiors, style, travel, photography and anything that comes her way. In her spare time, she’s traveling the world and streets of San Francisco looking for the latest inspirational finds.
Caitlin’s work combines her love of mixing old with new. Her clean, crisp and layered look embodies each project she designs.
Sacramento Street has been recognized by editors at Elle Décor, HGTV, Matchbook Magazine, 7×7 Magazine and Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. She was also named as one of San Francisco’s “Design Bloggers to Watch” by the San Francisco Chronicle. Caitlin’s home has also been featured on HGTV, Design*Sponge and Apartment Therapy.
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