General Discussion: nice furniture + accessories


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themistake
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10866 posts since 20/2/06

11 Nov 2008 18:46
Laughing out loud

why?
FrIEND
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13672 posts since 27/11/03

11 Nov 2008 18:51
imagine on christmas day, unwrapping in front of your family, a clear perspex victorian inspired chair. and then what you gonna do? just sit on it? Laughing out loud
themistake
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10866 posts since 20/2/06

11 Nov 2008 18:54
haha Laughing out loud , its got a 3months waiting list.

to be honest my parents have not known what to get me for about 15 years now.
and id rather have something which id use for prob the rest of my life etc.
and as a piece of design i love it…. as do the rest of the design world, but who cares…
FrIEND
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13672 posts since 27/11/03

11 Nov 2008 18:56
true - I just dont like them chairs either Smiling seem more of a fad than a design classic.
Best
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9976 posts since 21/10/05

11 Nov 2008 19:04
dags place always looks nice, nice colours, details and eames Cool

i've (my army of poles) have been doing my place up for the last couple of months - its looking pretty good if i say so myself although i've run out of money for furniture - so it looks as if i'll be eating dinner of my knee for a while. i may do some pics but i don't want to come across as a complete tosser….
FrIEND
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13672 posts since 27/11/03

11 Nov 2008 19:06
you're about 3 years too late Eye-wink post them up!
Best
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9976 posts since 21/10/05

11 Nov 2008 19:13
FrIEND wrote: you're about 3 years too late Eye-wink post them up!

its not to sell its too keep for the long term, once its done and im happy i may do some pics

liking that ghost chair, although they are very uncomfortable

Dee
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12183 posts since 22/11/07

11 Nov 2008 19:19
project skoolyard wrote: was thinking of asking for one of these from my parents for christmas.


Kartell - prefer mixing them up with colours - we have the La Marie in four different colours around a chunky wood table, looks pretty Cool

You should check out the bucket style chairs like these too, aesthetically less feminine and there are quite a few differenet styles of polycarbonate chairs on the market now.
FrIEND
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13672 posts since 27/11/03

11 Nov 2008 19:22
Best wrote:
FrIEND wrote: you're about 3 years too late Eye-wink post them up!

its not to sell its too keep for the long term

thats not what I meant Laughing out loud
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9976 posts since 21/10/05

11 Nov 2008 19:24
FrIEND wrote:
Best wrote:
FrIEND wrote: you're about 3 years too late Eye-wink post them up!

its not to sell its too keep for the long term

thats not what I meant Laughing out loud

Oops cunt!!!
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

11 Nov 2008 19:27
Laughing out loud
Markus
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4876 posts since 21/4/04

11 Nov 2008 19:37
ew philippe starck

don't do it
RETRO KID
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498 posts since 19/9/05

11 Nov 2008 22:08
I sell Kartell louis ghost and 20% off everything to all golden jimms of course. Eye-wink



www.design55online.co.uk

inversesquare
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6774 posts since 7/6/08

11 Nov 2008 22:11
I like some of the kitchen items like the weighing scales and the curly radiatos. Some of the other stuff ooks like it's straight out of IKEA though. It's all too expensive for me at the moment eiher way Sad
BOOKSTORECORE
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7634 posts since 8/8/06

11 Nov 2008 22:11
http://www.utilitydesign.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/UtilityDesign/_KARLOULOU/-/Kartell%20Lou%20Lou%20Ghost

£58.
themistake
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10866 posts since 20/2/06

11 Nov 2008 22:14
kids size mate
BOOKSTORECORE
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7634 posts since 8/8/06

11 Nov 2008 22:17
The Site wrote: making the Lou Lou Ghost Chair perfect for every little prince and princess


Laughing out loud Oh yeah.

Always see them in the shop window and wonder why they're so small.
Jesus
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6098 posts since 7/10/08

11 Nov 2008 23:39
project skoolyard wrote: haha Laughing out loud , its got a 3months waiting list.

eh?

you can walk in barker and stonehouse and just buy em, they so flimsy
themistake
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10866 posts since 20/2/06

11 Nov 2008 23:44
dunno what ones you been sitting on, they are very robust, thats why they are used (originally designed) for restaurants…

and heals have a 3month waiting list.
Jesus
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6098 posts since 7/10/08

11 Nov 2008 23:46
heals pffffffffffft

i wanted one, but decided against it due to seeing how flimsy they look

magis chair one Cool