Thursday, October 11, 2007

Cute!


There is nothing "autumn" about this chair, but I wanted to share this picture from a Williamsburg shop with you. I think the colorful way the chair is painted is so cute!

10 comments:

Debbie J. said...

That is very cute. I love little nooks like that with a seat, plant, etc. I like them both inside and outside a house. Thanks for the ideas! Did ya eat those tomatoes yet? yum!!! we have a bunch of tiny little green ones. Don't know if they'll get big enough to pick before frost or not...maybe... or have fried green tomatoes. (not my favorite)

ancient one said...

Wild colors on that seat, huh? It really brightens up the area. I can see my artist neighbors to the north with a chair like that. And she would probably say she chose those colors because they remind her of her parrot. Tony, really loved that bird, didn't he?

Nancy Jo said...

HI PEN'
I would love to go to Williamsburg and see all the shops and historic stuff.
Thank you for your nice comment on my newest Apron, since I don't really sew I need all the praise I can get.
NANCY JO

Janice said...

Oh that's so cute and bright! I have a granddaughter (age 10) who would love that, as she loves rainbows and colorful things! Blessings!

Rose Mary said...

What a sweet chair. I'm thinking I have the perfect place for it! Have a great weekend.

Beemoosie said...

That is so sweet! Loved catching up with you this morning!
~Blessings!

Beach Girl said...

Very cute! I have brightly colored chairs on my back deck.

Vanessa

April's Flowers said...

Whew, I finally updated my blog! LOL ...and I could see this chair on my porch...speaking of porch, i need some more goodies to accompany my lovely chairs!!!!

Linda said...

I love this chair! I have a perfect place on my patio for it.

Penny....please visit me...I nominated you for an award. Linda

Nancy Jo said...

That is such a nice picture. And that chair is the most cheerfull one I think I have ever seen.
I knew you would find that pig cookie jar on my site, thought of you when I posted it. Yes I think its from the 1940's, maybe sooner.
NANCY JO