This is an ode to mixing and matching, because sometimes pieces don't start life together, but they are meant to be together. I found this vintage solid oak farm table at the goodwill early last week. It was $15. Yes, $15 for a solid oak farm table!! I could hardly believe my luck. I snatched it up quick as lightning. I found the set of four teak chairs at the East Hampton town wide tagsale more than a month ago, and was waiting for just the right table to pair them with. And as soon as I found the oak table, I knew they needed to be united.
Both the table and chairs are vintage c.1965 and have a sleek mid century sophistication. The table is oak and the chairs are solid teak and marked on the underside "made in Denmark", which is pretty awesome if I don't say so myself. I refinished the chair seats and painted the frames in a pale custom green named 'Canterbury Celadon", the deeper teal is also custom mixed named "Horizon".