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wishbone chair

Emily Oster

The Wishbone Chair also known as "the Y" or "CH-24" was designed by Hans Wegner in 1949. Produced by Carl Hansen & Son since 1950, the chair is inspired by portraits of Danish merchants seated in Ming chairs. The frame of the chair is made from steam bent solid wood while the seat is hand woven from paper cord.

I love this chair for its timeless design and its ability to work in so many different types and styles of rooms. Carl Hansen still produces the chair today offering it in a large variety of woods and finishes. You can find an authorized dealer near you here

To see a video of the chair being made click here

from top left - home of Amanda Peet via  VOGUE  - wishbone chairs in blue via  REMODELISTA  -  kitchen design by  Pencil & Paper Development Co.  - wishbone chair in walnut via  DWR  - kids desk space via  StyleCaster  - source unknown - design by  Krista Watterworth  - Figtree House by  Arent & Pyke

from top left - home of Amanda Peet via VOGUE - wishbone chairs in blue via REMODELISTA -  kitchen design by Pencil & Paper Development Co. - wishbone chair in walnut via DWR - kids desk space via StyleCaster - source unknown - design by Krista Watterworth - Figtree House by Arent & Pyke

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Emily Oster

This past weekend, I took down all our Christmas decorations. It was bittersweet in that I love Christmas and am always sad when it passes but I also feel cleansed in packing all the holiday decor up and re-organizing and styling our living spaces. I tend to re-style our house just about every season. I might buy one or two items to mix things up a bit but mostly I just move things around. Nothing changes that drastically but I enjoy the process and it makes things feel freshened up. 

For this switch, I was inspired by the Scandinavian aesthetic. For me this means, lots of white mixed with bits of black, elements of wood, clean lines and minimal accessorizing. I think my personal style naturally gravitates towards these design elements but it especially comes out and seems appropriate when it is negative five outside. Below are some inspiration images I thought about for our winter styling switch. For more Scandinavian style inspiration check out Nordic Bliss and My Scandinavian Home

1. source unknown  2. design by   Maria Bjørlykke   3. piece by  egg collective   4. source unknown  5. source unknown  6. swedish apartment via piccsy

1. source unknown  2. design by Maria Bjørlykke  3. piece by egg collective  4. source unknown  5. source unknown  6. swedish apartment via piccsy