Life is too short to live ugly.
Well if you had one you could definitely say you had the world at your feet :)
It looks homemade/DIY, to be perfectly honest.
We think it a waste of moolah!
I actually think I'd be cool for a kids room.
My gut is to resist kitschy things from anthro, but it might actually work in a kids room. But the kids wouldn't learn anything because the land should be a diff color than water.. So it's just a bunch of scribbly lines. I dunno... I think it's maybe a fail.
Kids room, and hand them some fabric markers!
looks like a chic pouf that was throw out the window of a car going 70. It's now a poof. M.
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It doesn't look to bad. It wouldnt be my first choice for a product.But I could dig it.Rashon aka Mr. Goodwill Hunting
Eek, eek, eek. That is all.
I similarly pondered this earthly orb the other day, but unlike Galileo's inklings, found it flat. Overpriced, likely to get soiled quickly, sort of over it.Chuss, Alciranerochronicles.com
I love old canvas, but the globe part isn't so exciting to me. There's a furniture company (the name escapes me) that upholsters big, chunky sofas and chairs with recycled canvas. Those I love.
As much as I wanted to love this pouf because it's recycled and stuff, I couldn't. Not only it's overpriced, it looks like something people throw out by the road side. Sorry, I am not loving it! Jessiewww.mixandchic.com
Not really...I don't picture in a kids room and I would have liked to see it in color and geographically desirable!xoxoKarenaArt by KarenaCome and enter my New Giveaway from Serena & Lily! You will love it!
it's recycled so at least it's helping the earth and it's subtle. But the colors really make it look dirty, even when it's clean. It'd bother me to have it in my house
It's eek from N. pole to S. pole
a waste of money is what i would say..but if it just had to be used..strictly for kids room..btw i just found yoor fun and fabulous blog today..i'm your latest follower. Do visit my blog when you have a moment..it would be lovely if you follow me too..have a great day..xx meenal
If I had $150 to burn, I might get it for my son's room where it would soon accumulate boogers & random swatches of crud.
Every piece is different in its own way. Sometimes it can look less attractive individually but put well with a complete room ensemble... it could make magic. I like it because it's eco-chic!
I LOVE it!
I like it too! It's different at least.
We left a soccer ball outside all winter and recently just rediscovered it in some brush...it looks exactly like this...only prettier.
I just think something recycled should not LOOK recycled--is that not the design/construction challenge? But I have a feeling that it looks recycled is exactly the point--to appeal to the eco-conspicuous consumption set.
Lol, Sue's comment takes the cake for me.Also, I don't really get the point of poufs. Do people actually sit on them?
Recycled canvas? It just looks dirty to me. I have a leather pouf in my loiving room, though, and my nieces and nephews love it, so in general, I think they're good solutions for kids.
i think i made that in arts & crafts at camp one year...nanne in columbus, indiana
No.Let me repeat that.No.
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I want to make it myself. Too pricy.
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