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I must also point out this excellent product:

Name: "CATERINA" ROBOT

Ha ha ....every home should have one



Joris Laarman









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I totally need one of these!
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Looks like Louise Nevelson for Pottery Barn:

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I've been looking at a couch called the Lancaster sold at Restoration Hardware for about 4 years. A friend of mine bought one back then. I just purchased a sofa almost identical to the Restoration Hardware sofa from a store here in Dallas called The Luxury of Leather and we love it. I actually think that its a better product than the one you get at RH. In addition to being made in the USA (they make their furniture right here in Dallas...Carrollton, TX to be exact)...it came with a lifetime warranty on the frame and a 5 year warranty against accidental damage. (Spills/Stains, Cuts, Tears, etc.) And since the economy is still in the tank, I negotiated an unbelievable price of $2500 all in. (tax and delivery included) True to the Luxury of Leather's policy, they built and delivered our couch in less than 14 days from the day we purchased it.

This couch is a beast. In fact it is so big its almost like having a whole cow in your living room. The dimensions are 100 inches long by 46 inches deep by 36 inches high. I even got invited by the owner to come out and take a tour of the manufacturing facility where I got to see them cutting the frame, cutting out the patterns, sewing the leather etc.

Here are some pics of my sofa in my living room:





post #471 of 4079
Not my style, but that is beautiful and I love how deep it is.
post #472 of 4079
I think these cubes are pretty cool, simple but could be a cool alternative to the typical bookcase options. I like them in red.

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LOL...GM. They're even better at spending money than I thought.
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I think these cubes are pretty cool, simple but could be a cool alternative to the typical bookcase options. I like them in red.

i have been looking for the right cubed bookcase/videogame case for years! could this be the one? Link?
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i have been looking for the right cubed bookcase/videogame case for years! could this be the one? Link?

www.quad35.com
post #477 of 4079
I don't know if this has been mentioned elsewhere... But this is pretty damn cool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtORCX5WKVk It's cheap to. Only 250quid in the UK, for the 8 seater. No idea how comfortable it is though (I imagine not very).
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I don't know if this has been mentioned elsewhere... But this is pretty damn cool.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtORCX5WKVk

It's cheap to. Only 250quid in the UK, for the 8 seater. No idea how comfortable it is though (I imagine not very).

cool chair.. or couch or something.. like it!
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I was looking through my bookshelf and found a book that I had never seen before. Its Called Mies Van Der Rohe it was published in 1947 and say's only 12,000 copies where printed It even had newspaper clippings from the newspaper about his death. Anyways I must say I quite like some of the furniture he designed.
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welcome to the design part of StyleForvm.
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