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Garden Chairs NY & CA

November 13th, 2007

Daniel Pontius

The taupe colored chair I came across on the Bowery. It was sitting in the doorway of a lighting store. I couldn’t decide if it was being thrown out or if it was waiting to be pulled out in the morning for someone to sit–but I took the photo for future inspriation. It’s a pared down version of the french type. The second, fanciful Victorian–scallop inspired back, I can see on a patio under a canopy of bougainvillea in San Juan Capistrano, with me sipping on a Pimm’s Cup waiting for summer.

If you happen to find yourself in NYC go to the Bowery Hotel. The bar off the lobby–one is transported to San Simeon, Hearst Castle, in all it’s antediluvian splendor–the cocktail waitress told us, used to be a gas station.
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