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Sofas and all things couchey

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Matt, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    I think this will be my new sofa.

    http://www.cassinausa.com/contemporary/276_aspen.html#

    Someone tell me why this is not a good idea [​IMG]

    !luc


    It's nice...very nice. Though I don't like that red colour so much. The beige and white versions in the smaller pictures look nicer, but I guess it depends on the interior you will place it in.

    Would you purchase one of two? I like the look in the top picture with the single sofa and end table.
     
  2. Luc-Emmanuel

    Luc-Emmanuel Senior member

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    It's nice...very nice. Though I don't like that red colour so much. The beige and white versions in the smaller pictures look nicer, but I guess it depends on the interior you will place it in.

    Would you purchase one of two? I like the look in the top picture with the single sofa and end table.

    Yes, I'll go for a light colour, either beige or light grey. And it will be only one piece.
    I don't have the space (12 ft!) for a double.

    It's a very comfortable sofa. And I like the idea of putting a pillow at the end and using it as a daybed.
    I need to see the end table "in real". I don't like it that much from the picture, but the hollow transparent plexiglass base is an interesting option, especially in lighting.

    !luc
     
  3. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Anyone familiar with LOVE Editions by Jerome Faillant-Dumas? They provide the furniture in the current Arnys catalog, which is very beautiful although I suspect incredibly expesnive...
     
  4. tundrafour

    tundrafour Senior member

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    Lucky Strike, those are beautiful! I really have to get out to a Scandanavian couch auction sometime...
     
  5. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    Anyone familiar with LOVE Editions by Jerome Faillant-Dumas? They provide the furniture in the current Arnys catalog, which is very beautiful although I suspect incredibly expesnive...
    Are they LOVE in the YSL sense? Or as Medea via Lars von Trier said, "Love is the greatest sorrow".
     
  6. Nellie

    Nellie New Member

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    Anyone familiar with LOVE Editions by Jerome Faillant-Dumas? They provide the furniture in the current Arnys catalog, which is very beautiful although I suspect incredibly expesnive...

    He makes very beautiful furniture in limited editions. You choose fabrics and they limit the production to a few select pieces. They have a shop in the rue de Bourgogne in the 7th in Paris where they show their furniture. Jerome is also a very well know interior designer in Paris as well as a Creative Director for many luxury brands. All of the furniture is hand made in France.
     

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