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Thursday, May 30, 2013

No.


via One Kings Lame (typo, it stays).

18 comments:

Cathy Wall said...

Yes, I agree, No. One rainstorm out on the patio and it will look like a Dalmatian and no way I would use it indoors....

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

I can feel the back of my legs sticking to that thing on a humid day like today.

Interior Design Musings said...

Ha. Ha. haaaa! Someone will buy it - hide and watch! If one well known designer uses it in a space (hopefully outdoors), they will not be able to keep them in stock. Too much. Love the typo, btw.

sweetbittertart said...

Agreed, no. But hey, at least it's affordable. ; )

PP@pimpmybricks.wordpress.com said...

That looks as if it's from the "Any lateral thinking must be good lateral thinking" school of laziness.

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

Well, at least you'll know right away when a flock of birds has flown over. Mid-century and mountain don't mix so much.

Nita Stacy said...

truly awful - just shows some things work in lucite and definitely somethings don't.

Camilla said...

yes - NO.

Lekalia Interiors said...

I'll take 12 for my outdoor redwood table. Ha!

The Down East Dilettante said...

Nope. Not witty. Not ironic. Not chic.

There were a number of the real thing, in wood, painted a divine shade of French blue, all about my grandmother's garden when I was growing up. Sometimes the original just can't be improved upon.

kristina said...

agreed. the lucite version of the horseshoe chair, howevers, i would eat.

kristina
wonderswillnevercease.blogspot.com

Katharine @ SouthernBourbonMountains said...

Please tell me that's an ice sculpture instead of a lucite adirondack chair. VOMIT!!!!!!!!!

Kimberly Lemmon said...

Typo or Freudian slip? Either way - spot on! Have a fab weekend!

Debra Phillips said...

an unfortunate bastardization, no way

The Pink Pagoda said...

Just because you can doesn't mean you should.

Raina Cox said...

The Pink Pagoda - That's our family motto!

Terri Polick said...

Butt UGLY.

Annie Smith said...

No one wants to see that- I mean we don't want to be seen from beneath and smooshed against this thing! Gross.