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post #1861 of 1906
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

PM me the listing - furniture included?

Who made the sofa?

Will PM the listing.

Sofa is by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia ("Camaleonda," 1970). Had to put part of it in storage since all of the pieces would not fit in our current apartment.
post #1862 of 1906

Thanks. I just did a search for the sofa and your sofa was the first pic that popped up. That may be google tracking me, but it does show well in your place. 

 

lefty

post #1863 of 1906
I AM NOT TROLLING. or being argumentative. just honestly curious. you guys both have great taste, but I do not understand the attraction of that sofa. degustibus and all that, but i'd love to understand why this piece is cool.
post #1864 of 1906

I wouldn't venture to say if it is cool or not. I used to be cool, then they changed what cool is and now I mostly spend my days yelling at parking meters.

 

I tend to respond to spaces on a visceral level, so to my eye this is a very inviting destination and an exceptional use of the sofa is a beautifully tight room. It looks like a great place to have Ann Margaret hump the sofa covered in beans and chocolate.

 

 

 

 

As to the sofa itself, well, though lately I tend to prefer a little more gloss and glitter, for a lumpy blob it is ethereal. It floats. And I want to sit in it.

 

 

lefty

post #1865 of 1906
Thanks! I think I get it. especially in the context of the first picture. and especially in the context of
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It looks like a great place to have Ann Margaret hump the sofa covered in beans and chocolate.
the fact that we both pine after ann-margaret says we are of similar vintages (see my sig)
post #1866 of 1906

 

You might enjoy this thread I started some time ago...

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/201338/sex-kitten-appreciation-thread/0_30

 

lefty

post #1867 of 1906
ah yes, remember it fondly. so fondly in fact, i had to go back and verify that it was as amazing as i remembered. it was.
post #1868 of 1906
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Strange decorating aside, I really like that room. Curious as to why you are taking out that wall? It looks pretty well planed out at the moment. There is plenty of space around the fireplace and the doors can be shut to retain the heat.
the missus wants an open kitchen.I actually agree with you guys but if I have learned anything in life it's that if my wife wants something and I don't have a strong opinion either way, she gets it. Hell even if I do have a strong opinion she gets it.
post #1869 of 1906
Happy wife, happy life.
post #1870 of 1906
That aphorism bugs the hell out of me. Unhappy husband, unhappy life.
post #1871 of 1906
funny, it's one of my wife's favorites.
post #1872 of 1906
Who knows? Maybe you'll have a long and happy marriage and I'll get divorced. It's generally working so far, though. smile.gif
post #1873 of 1906
Lol, sigh. I like to make the jokes.
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 1/24/14 at 6:12pm
post #1874 of 1906
I was joking, too! I hope your edit wasn't to spare my feelings (I didn't see what you posted).
post #1875 of 1906
Nope, just to add more. Hah, I see you also practice in the art of dry humor.
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