Back to the brocante, back to searching for pieces for our place in Cassis. Back to hanging out with my Super Hero, Mighty Man, French Husband.
Soon after arriving at the brocante a beautiful antique olive pot distracted me from my Modern Mission. One side of the antique olive pot (that I was told was from Biot) had been repaired by wire staples. I love that look in old dishes, so the Biot pot made me feel giddy. I wondered where I could put it, or who would want it, or who might want to buy it. After running through that list of who, what, where, and coming up blank. I told myself to take the dealer's number, take a photo of the antique Biot olive pot and focus on searching for pieces needed for Cassis.
French Husband and I were with our friend Gina. Gina stayed focused and found this 1960-70's chair. Metal base, chocolate brown leather seat, looks like an egg sliced at an angle.
Cost: 60 Euros.
The chair will go upstairs by an acrylic desk.
Yes I have made the leap from brocante to mid century modern. Cassis will be very different than anything I have ever designed.
French Husband had an amusing show going on while carrying the chair to the car. He pretended that the chair was super heavy and that he was a weakling. The brocante dealers were getting a kick out of his antics.
We found a bunch of things. A Bingo Day as I like to call it.
I cannot wait to show you Cassis!