Your favorite chair needs a teeny table to rest your martini on…or whatever your favorite drink may be! Wonderfully petite in size, we just can’t have enough martini tables in our life. Smaller than your standard end table, they tuck into small spaces and provide just enough tabletop space – a small-yet-mighty addition.
Don’t be afraid to go with a bold martini table- their small size allows for a great opportunity to get away with using an unexpected finish or material like rose gold, acrylic, or petrified wood – the possibilities are endless. Like the perfect jewelry, they can add just the right touch of personality to any space. Tuck one between two chairs as well for an intimate conversation over cocktails.
Check out a few of many martini tables that we adore, along with Walt’s martini recipe – a Smithe family favorite! Which one is your new favorite?
Add a tiny bit of dry vermouth in the bottom of a glass, and swirl it around to coat the inside of the glass.
Shake the glass hard into the sink to get most of the vermouth out.
Fill with ice and your favorite gin or vodka. Add blue cheese or jalapeno olives. Cheers!
Our famous Adirondack Chairs are back! With an amazing variety of colors, these beauties fold flat and are just $199.99 each. Check them out–along with our huge selection of outdoor living furniture and accessories on our website at Smithe.com!
The first Adirondack Chair was invented in 1903 by Thomas Lee in Westport, NY. Originally called the “Westport Plank Chair” the chair was created because Lee had a vacation home in Westport, (a small town at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains), and needed a relaxing chair for his family to enjoy in the outdoors.
Chicagoings included the Jeff Lewis happy hour in this week’s newsletter! Jeff Lewis’ new curated collection at Walter E. Smithe is everywhere, and no surprise–this is a beautiful set of furniture and accessories!
If you have not seen this amazing collection — come visit the Jeff Lewis Page on the Smithe.com site!