It’s a She Said / He Said “Battle of the Blog”: Watch as editor Amy Feezor and writer Jamie Latendresse (yours truly) face off when selecting a few accents for the Mattiazzi She Said / He Said chairs.
1. Mattiazzi She Said Chair, Nitzan Cohen - With the grace and strength of a ballet dancer, the She Said chair offers a gentle geometry of smooth curves that cradles you, whether at your desk or dining table. She’s stackable and solid wood, available in black anilin beech or natural ash. Meet her at Herman Miller.
2. Washita 1 Cushion, Marianne Diemer – Accent the beauty of the She Said chair with this colorful, Native American- inspired cushion designed by Marianne Diemer. With its pattern of bright, beautiful hues, the pillow is both distinctly traditional and uniquely modern. Cushion your pad at Magpie & Rye.
3. City in Pink, Inaluxe – Add complimentary color above your She Said chair with the mid-century inspired works of Australia’s Inaluxe. Reproduced on 100% cotton museo crane paper, the archival quality “City in Pink” combines sleek geometric shapes and beguiling colors, perfect for the contemporary interior. Hang one from Inaluxe.
4. Mattiazzi He Said Chair, Nitzan Cohen - With armrests as confident as a Dale Carnegie handshake, the He Said Chair’s silhouette knows how to make friends and influence people. To sit down comfortably, that is. He’s stackable, and available in solid black anilin beech and natural ash. Greet him at Herman Miller.
5. t.e. 024 Plaid Blanket, Scholtens and Baijings - Though its name sounds a bit technical, this Merino wool and cotton throw has down-home softness. Whether draped on the back of a He Said chair or draped on you, the uniquely modern combination of colors adds a sharp pop of style. Get under one at YLiving.
6. Stelton Cylinda Serving Tray, Arne Jacobsen – Reach over and help yourself to spirited libations from the Arne Jacobsen-designed serving tray by Stelton. The highest example of unified design and function, in polished stainless steel. Get one from Fjorn Scandinavian.
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