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Love, love, love.....

{all images from here}


Love these chairs, they are fabulous. Where has this website been all my life?


I adore Louis style chairs as they are so adaptable and you certainly cannot get much more adaptable than this.......



What fun they must have had designing these fabulous chairs...



This one is perfect for Mr FF, he is after all English.


And as a girl that loves shoes, I can relate to this one......




I have an antique couch similar to this, in one of the rooms at Maison de Poitiers, and love it as it is so classically French but this one certainly makes a statement......Rule Britannia rule!


If you want to see more of these fabulous and oh so unique pieces then a visit to the Jimmie Martin website is a must.

Jimmie martin,je t'adore.

L x

ps I have some dates for the Patine Spring 2010 Workshop and will updating the website later today

Comments

  1. omg! These chairs are AMAZING!!!
    I want like every single one in my future house :-)

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  2. I love the one with the crow - I would put it in the garden in a sheltered spot in summer.

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  3. These chairs are fantastic Leeann!! I love the stiletto one!! ~ Tina x

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  4. absolutely fabulous! my dark side desires
    the crow cher....

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  5. hehe the dachshunds are fabulous! I love them!

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  6. Yes ... I have seen these gorgeous Jimme's!!
    It's like buying a pair of Jimmy Choos!!!!!
    Just beautiful Leanne ...

    xx

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  7. Just fabulous Leeanne... Love the dog one and of course, the Union Jack ones too... GREAT!!X

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  8. I love the daschund! I'm off to look at their site - thanks for the link. Hope you're managing to keep warm - it's so humid here I think we're all in danger of melting! Leigh

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  9. LOL... that dachshund is so fun.

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  10. This site just blew me away . . . what amazing creativity! Now I can't get them out of my mind, I really want one . . . but I already know they are WAY out of my budget. But it is so much fun to just browse and dream. Thanks for the link Leeann! ~Lili

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  11. Seriously beautiful furniture with a dose of whimsey...what fun! ~jermaine~

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  12. I luv 'em too, especially the first photo of the pair with images of a pup. Too cool!
    -marie

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  13. Um, there is absolutely no possible way to choose without therapeutic assistance of some kind. OMG!

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  14. I do love these chairs given a quirky covering,so very cool. The flag I love in its many forms, and I've been yearning for one of Vivienne Westwood cushions for a while.

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  15. These are just fantastic Leeann! I'm leaning toward the crow, but them again Catwoman is fab too - decisions, decisions.
    Millie ^_^

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  16. What scrumtious chairs. The raven one is great. Although they could keep the raven:)
    Blessings!
    Gwen

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  17. I have a "sausage dog" asleep in my lap right now....how ironic~ Fabulous chairs!

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  18. Oh the crow! Fabulous! A-M xx

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  19. Wow! I love these, but especially the Union Jack ones!

    So glad I found you through Lili at Fearless Nesting!

    Kat :)

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  20. How did I not know about this amazing site?!? I must explore it immediately. Thanks for sharing!

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  21. Hey thanks for featuring our furniture! :) Very kind and thanks for all great comments!
    For those of you who doesn't have the budget or the space for more furniture we have now launched the Sausage Dog cushion which comes in 6 different colours and can be extended with a middle part cushions which can make your dog as long as you want ;)
    have a look at this link. ;
    http://www.jimmiemartin.com/SHOP_PRODUCTS.html

    Cheers all!
    :)
    Jimmie
    www.jimmiemartin.com

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