In another lifetime,

May 15, 2013

I must have been a monk. What else but familiarity with a monastic life would  explain my constant attraction to the simplest of plank tables?  A few long unfinished wooden boards and you have a gathering spot for eating, playing games, working out the details of a project or planning your future. A quick wipe with a damp cloth when you’re done and before you know it a patina has developed giving just a hint of the history that took place there. Nothing fancy, a bit organic, but definitely simplequietmodern.

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If  you are lucky enough to find a table with as much age and character as the one here seen on   http://blackeiffel.blogspot.com/ , a few Bertoia dining chairs will complement it nicely.

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http://hivemodern.com/pages/product474/knoll-harry-bertoia-side-chair-with-seat-cushion

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