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Watch the #ThroneProject

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Photo by Caroline Eyer

You ever see Pinterest photos of people randomly posing on vintage furniture in the middle of a lavender field/abandoned farmhouse/city street and think “Why?” or “Who are these people?”

Well, I’ll be one of those people.

That’s thanks to the #ThroneProject, a collaboration of creative minds and beautiful places organized by Queen City Vignette, a Cincinnati event rental and design company with a vintage twist.

They’ve brought together a group of Cincinnati style bloggers (including the babes from Thread Cincinnati) to help showcase their selection of rental furniture, specifically seating: chairs, settees, couches, and anything else guests might rest their bums on at an event.

Photo by Caroline Eyer

Photo by Caroline Eyer

Photo by Caroline Eyer

Photo by Caroline Eyer

One Sunday afternoon, we all gathered at the Queen City Vintage warehouse (which also doubles as a studio when needed) to pick out our chairs and glam it up for a Vanity Fair-style photo shoot with photographers Caroline Eyer and Graham Haehnle. I may have had too much fun lounging on the fuzzy rug and practicing my best smize, but it was so fun!

Watch the #throneproject hashtag to keep up with everyone’s adventures!

  • Kelly

    November 22, 2015 at 11:12 am Reply

    This looks like such a neat project. What a gorgeous studio space that is! I need to discover more of the amazing spots around Cincinnati. I’ve lived here for so long, I forget that I need to explore my own backyard more.

    xoxo – Kelly

  • Lisa

    December 4, 2015 at 11:50 am Reply

    That red lip.

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