Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A Little Extra Seating

This time of year seems to be when more people begin gathering at our home.   To keep people from having to sit on the floor, I have started bringing in a little extra seating.
wood stool 3

sm white stool

covered chair yes

chippy stool

3 chairs

Would love for you to be one of the people who comes for a visit.
For now, I am heading over to Faded Charm for a beautiful White Wednesday party.

Partying also at The Brambleberry Cottage with the wonderful Liz.

Headed over to LaurieAnna's for Farmhouse Friday.


NanaDiana said...

Awww...I wish I could come and sit in a chair there and drink a cup of coffee with you! Everything looks wonderful and it is starting to feel like Fall, isn't it? xo Diana

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Amy, I wish I could be one of those visitors also!! Everything looks so cozy!!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

It all looks so cozy! Love the chippy stool and that weathered bench. I can't ever seem to pass those up!

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

Amy, your extra seating is so pretty! I love all of the pieces!

I hope you're having a good week and I hope that your Mom is feeling good.

Take care,

A Rosy Note said...

Ohhh, I WISH I could come for a visit. I'd love to meet your sweet little self and see your pretty house in person :)

Liz said...

I love to keep little stools and benches around too. I think that it is so much better than the floor! :)

Love that bench with the cushion!


mississippi artist said...

I like the bench and of course the footstool-I have a thing for footstools!

Becky C said...

Hey my sweet sister! Love your extra seating! Especially the cool bench. And that little chippy white stool is pretty nice, too.
The white throw looks great over the chair. Can't wait to come sit at your old farm table :)
Love it all, you know...
Have a wonderful day

cityfarmer said...

makes me want to pull up a chair for a good long gab session ...

well done

Jeanine Burkhardt said...

That ChiPPy Little Stool ~ "Has my name all over it"!*!*!
Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

I wish I could come visit. It looks so wonderful and inviting. I, too, love lots of chairs for extra seating so you don't have to use the old metal folding chairs.

Theresa said...

I call the bench with the grain sack cushion! I love it all! t.xoxoxo

Kerry Rossow said...

I am going to be there for coffee in the mornin'! I love this! It all looks so cozy!
I had a great time peeking around your great blog! Looks like we have similar lives to juggle!
Thanks for stopping by my place!
Kerry at housetalkn.blogspot.com

A Cottage Muse said...

How fun it would be to grab one of those chairs and visit with you!

A Girls Gotta Nest said...

Loving the bench with the old grain sack cushion.


Debbie said...

I can just picture it all in your home. I love the nested ones in the first photo. I'm trying to find some nesties for a specific spot, too.

BECKY said...

LOVE that bench, Amy! I bet you are just the queen of hospitality! How sweet of you to be already thinking of your guests!! I'm sure you're a blessing!

Clydia said...

Love it all, but especially the first one with the flour sack seat cushion! I just wanted to say thanks for stopping by my blog! God Bless - Clydia Kay threemangoseeds.blogspot.com

vintageshabbychicks said...

Hi Amy...Sharon and I love your blog and nominated you for the "Versatile Blogger" award! Just hop on over to our blog for all the info..Congrats, Julie

A Fine Farmhouse said...

I love your style ! I just found you, since you just started following me...Thank you for that !

Seems we are kind of kindred souls.... I really love how you've mixed your good old primitive pieces with clean and contemporary things.

Keep up the great inspiration !


Theresa said...

Love all your old weathered items. I am a primitive lover and you have some wonderful pieces. Bet people love hanging out at your house.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Love it all, Amy! It's stylish, inviting, AND charming. ;)

Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday again this week.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage