Hinkley Barstool

 

That barstool link was messed up in Lauren’s list yesterday… sorry!  That fabulous barstool is the Hinkley Swivel (wood and iron) by Arteriors.  It’s 16″Diameter x 34″High. It only comes in barstool height (no counter height).  If you are interested you can email lauren(at)urbangrace(dot)com

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  1. I have been reading your blog for awhile now and am obsessed, but never comment! But I love your work and have a question about grout. We are redoing our kitchen and putting in a white subway tile back splash, honed/antique black granite counter tops and white cabinets. I love the way your white subway tile looks and i was curious what grout color you use. Is it a true white or a touch of cream in it to make the tile standout? It was suggested to me to use a very light gray, but am afraid of that. Any suggestions?

  2. what is the cost of the barstool?

  3. i love arteriors, and this stool is so cool!

  4. i’ve been searching for barstools just like that for a while!

  5. Hey Erika,

    I am a friend of Katie (from Chicago) and am trying to get my family of six (four boys) out of this miserable chicago weather and down to Florida. I remember back to your vacation with Darby’s crew and i thought you all stayed at Rosemary Beach. Do you have any recommendations or thoughts on places to stay? we love the little cottage like places. maybe do another SPRING/SUMMER blog for those of us up north who are looking for great places to get away to down SOUTH. (maybe you do that on purpose to keep us out……:)

    p.s. my dear friend Shay Shelton also met you at Katie’s baby shower…..does this ring a bell?

    Thanks,
    Amy Holt (amybethholt@gmail.com)

  6. Charlotte Lacey says:

    Hi Erika
    I am one of your English fans and absolutely adore your blog and find your interiors work very inspiring and lovely. Is it very cheeky to ask for your advice? I am currently doing a big renovation job and about to put in a new kitchen (Plain English – check out the website though I’m sure you already know them). Against most of the advice we are receiving here in the UK, we plan to put in a Carrara marble worktop, because though it’s impractical it is gorgeous. I have seen you have used marble in your work – what do you advise your clients? Should we go for honed or polished? Any top tips? I hope you don’t mind my posting questions on the blog?
    Many thanks
    Charlotte x

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