Life is too short to live ugly.
Even people on that island in lost didnt have shipwrecked sofas like that...
If people buy this...they will be laughing all the way to the bank. But people probably will. Ridiculous
My thoughts? When I saw the picture I said, out loud, "what the f$&k!?!" That about sums it up.
All I can think of is some obnoxious commercial announcer yelling. "No more change lost in the cushions! You'll always know where the remote is with NOT-A-COUCH"
It looks like a DIY gone wrong. I could totally see some college guys coming up with something like this and being so proud of themselves! M.
"Brown paper packages tied up with string" these are NOT a few of my favorite things! Yikes!
from the RH site: "...blurring the line between function and art."More like obliterating it, making it neither.
Two executives at Anthropology had a bet to see if people would buy this.
I'm just shaking my head over here.
first thought......"could this be anthro?" then i thought "no, not even them....."wtf?
oh hell no.
Honestly...that was my first thought. It must be BS and they are laughing at whomever may actually order one of these. I hope no one does.
Uncomfortable for both eyes and body.
I think it just needs a few throw pillows to liven it up, don't you?
When will the madness end?
There was a massive sale on beautiful couch frames and patio cushions and someone came up with the idea of merging the two into some type of horrific couch futon. This thing is just terrible. I cannot imagine a décor where anyone would ever say, "That couch just finishes off the room, don't you think?"
It looks like something cooked up by the junior stylist and the work experience student in an effort to combine quirky and ironic. I don't think there is any irony in attaching throw cushions to an antique sofa frame with nasty looking belts. Call me old.x
Agree with "Coulda Shoulda" that it's got a "Lost" vibe. It looks like some kind of improvised flotation device.
BAHAHAHA this looks like DIY Salvage gone wrong. SO very wrong.
Don't you love it when high end she-she stores roll out a piece of crap and call it "Art."
What An Urban Cottage said...
Sort of speechless. This blows my mind. Not sure the market for this?
A couch made of potatoes!Actually, I would be afraid that if I sat in it, it might swallow me up whole. Wasn't there furniture in Beetlejuice that came alive and grabbed the people sitting in it?
Went to a RH Warehouse sale over the weekend and they had a TON of their "unconstructed" pieces for sale. Guess they weren't the best sellers that RH thought they'd be.
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