Do you know about PALECEK? They are a furniture/lighting/accessories maker with a real sense of vision! Their aesthetic was originally inspired by artisans’ work with woven plant materials, and today they are creating very chic products that also stay true to that organic and earthy “look.” Not only do they make gorgeous stuff…they are also very mindful about how they make it, AND they give back with gratitude!
To showcase the many ways in which designers can customize their furnishings and specify exactly the pieces they want, PALECEK has created a fun and exciting contest through which they will give away five chairs customized by designers in New York, Dallas, Atlanta, LA, and San Francisco . In order to win…you have to “Like” your favorite one of these five chair designs, all of which will be unveiled at High Point in the PALECEK showroom, April 20-25. Have a look at all of the choices, choose your fave, and you’re entered to WIN!
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Today, I’m featuring the Seawright Chair, designed by Tara Seawright for the New York PALECEK showroom!
What a fun and colorful take on a traditional frame! Tara Seawright is a New York City designer who has been practicing for almost two decades. She describes her own style as “casually elegant,” and her designs are enriched by her expertise in fine art and antiques.
When asked about Tara’s vision for the chair, PALECEK said that her “inspiration was to design a chair that could make a room. To that end, Seawright started with an attention grabbing fuschia frame and continued with a plush grass green seat and a blossoming seat back of bright spring colors. To top it off, she uses a shocking zebra print fabric for the outside back and pulled to the front as trim for the seat and inside back.”
The design is very versatile, and Tara imagines that the chair could be used in a dining room, a formal living area, a sitting area in a hallway, a library, or even in a breakfast room.
So, whether your favorite of these five chairs is Tara’s “Seawright Chair” or any of the others, vote above OR visit the contest page on PALECEK’s Facebook page. To get the scoop on the other chairs in the contest, visit the following blogs who are also spreading the word on the contest:
Paloma of www.LaDolceVitaBlog.com introduced the contest.
Stacey of http://www.southshoredecoratingblog.com/ featured the Coco Chair.
Jennifer of http://makobiscribe.com/ featured the Anastasia Chair.
Sarah of http://www.sarahsarna.com/blog featured the Hollywood Chair.
Beth of http://unskinnyboppy.com/ will feature the Two Sides to Everything Chair tomorrow.