Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Objects of Lust: Revamped Vintage at Lotus Bleu

I'm positively drooling over the latest crop of reinvented vintage chairs from San Francisco boutique Lotus Bleu (earlier versions blogged here). The French/Vietnamese-flavored Hayes Valley shop takes pedigreed midcentury seating and updates it with vibrant and feminine fabrics, to gorgeous effect. Above: Slipper Chair, $1,550

Midcentury Sprung Rocker, $1,350

Reclining Lounge With Ottoman, $1,550

Vintage Armchair, $750

Rocker and Ottoman, $1,650

Wingback Lounge Chair, $2,450

Armchair, $750

Danish Armchair, $750

Danish Modern Armchair, $1,550

Granted, I'll probably never be in a position to drop $1,500 or more on a single chair, but these are inspiring me to take a fresh look at flea market furniture and fun fabrics. (In fact, Lotus Bleu can even reupholster that hand-me-down from Grandma for you in one of these amazing Robert Le Heros fabrics.)

See more of Lotus Bleu's updated vintage seating here -- and peruse the shop's other beautiful offerings here.

5 comments:

Cardboard said...

Oooh, love that one with the blue, white, and dark wood. Beautiful.

Tracey said...

Sneak a peek at the slipper chair from Target on my site-www.girlzdealz.com. For $299, fun, functional and the fabrics are great! They have a very vintage feel, and a more affordable price tag.

Trove said...

I MUST have the Slipper Chair! Great Blog! AND Thanks for having us on your East Bay Shopping List!

Leah said...

Thanks for the link to those Target chairs, Tracey -- very tempting!

j & g said...

drooool. i want all of them. think they would survive two curious little boys with dirty hands?

 

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