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Sure Ikea has done a lot of Aalto knock offs through the years, but it is quite amazing how easy it is to get something so simple so wrong, and how small changes to the design can make something so much less comfortable and so awkward compared to the original.I have to admit that I'm a big Aalto fan and own quite a few Aalto pieces, both new and vintage, mostly vintage as I love the patina of the older pieces. I love how simple and unassuming, yet beautiful the design of...
Pretty amazing collection, am I correct in counting 30 pairs?
Found it a bit too soft for such a low sofa, was expecting a bit firmer construction. Not sure, maybe it is just me getting a bit old for such a low sofa.
Dux that manufactures the jetson 69 model sells replacements kits for the leather parts. The cost for a complete set is close to what you pay for a new chair though.
Looking to buy one or two lounge chairs in the near future. Not sure what to get though. No knock-off Eames lougers or La Z boys obviously. Been lusting for a Bertoia Bird chair and a Bruno Mathsson Jetson But I can't make my mind up and would like some suggestions for comfortable, yet stylish lougers.
We have a Fritz Hansen Alphabet by Piero Lissoni that is similar to this. It is quite nice when it comes to comfort and the selection of fabrics was great. Not sure about US pricing, but ours was not much more expensive than a Bo concept of similar size, but with much better materials and fabrics.Sat in a Hay Mags the other day, and found it a bit disappoiting and a tad too low.One of my fave sofas at the moment is the Muuto rest, nice selection of Kvadrat fabrics, and at...
Good catch!I have had the Superboot i dark brown waxy suede on Gumlite for close to a year and they are amazingly comfortable, and look better now than they did when new.
Quite like the base and how the legs taper a bit towards the end, but the seat just feels wrong for some reason and looks like a cheap office chair from the seventies.
That Patagonia one looks really nice, is the hood detachable, looks like it is, but cannot find anything in the description? The reviews don't look great though so might look elsewhere.Not sure if you can find Norrøna‎ anywhere near you, but if you can, their Lofoten and Narvik ranges are pretty much next to none in fit and quality when it comes to skigear.
Those are very, very nice indeed. I have a pair of Cheaney's in Zug that I love, and I can second you on the fact that they are very hard wearing and mine still look nice after a lot of abuse.Will definitely keep an eye out for a pair of Stow's in Zug.
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