This is my neighbor Lily's house. I blogged about her Sambo-designed addition, pining about seeing the inside, and she saw the post and invited me over. This is the original dairy barn part of the house, with a new tin roof added to it.
This shot of my neighbor's house with the Samuel Mockbee addition is one of my favorite spots. The part of the house you see is the original dairy barn structure, and the modern molded rockers let visitors know this house tour is going to be anything but typical.
Another project that inspires me for you is my neighbor Lily's house. The original house is a dairy barn, and the modern addition was designed by Samuel Mockbee. I love her groovy rockers on the porch.
Eames Molded Plastic Rocker Designers: Charles and Ray EamesYear: 1948Originally these babies were made with fiberglass, but these days they are produced with a more eco-friendly polypropylene. I think this is the happiest modern icon chair around.See more Molded Plastic Rockers in action
Eames Molded Plastic Rocker
Designers: Charles and Ray Eames
Originally these babies were made with fiberglass, but these days they are produced with a more eco-friendly polypropylene. I think this is the happiest modern icon chair around.
The Eames Plastic Molded Rockers in red add a sleek and surprisingly modern touch to this front porch. This space can offer the traditional front porch rocker in a whole new aesthetic.
Does the fact that these pink chairs are Eames Rocking Chairs tempt a serious rethinking of the color pink as an option for furniture? They make a very striking image, sitting on this rustic porch against dark walls.