Sometimes creativity is a spark to brilliance; sometimes it’s just weird. This week may be fashion week in New York, but I was looking at furniture online. All of these pieces are actual chairs and for sale. (No links, I just can’t bring myself to include links.)
The “Something’s afoot” chair from Anthropologie. I want to be in the marketing meeting where this thing was approved.
What’s the point? I want comfort. Of course I love pencils, but not poking me in the . . . everywhere.
Someone put the lampshade on their head at the office party–and then froze that way. And if this lady-lamp is naked, why is she wearing pumps and lights?
The woman who got eaten by a plastic hose chair. It just doesn’t look comfortable, sort of like putting your panties on the wrong way. And, does it come in another color?
—Quinn McDonald thinks it’s OK to be weird, as long as you don’t have to pay to be uncomfortable.