6 Responses to “The ugly chair”

  1. Jody W. June 13, 2008 at 6:44 PM #

    That chair was in my grannie’s house. I loved it there, too.

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  2. Ciar Cullen June 13, 2008 at 7:25 PM #

    Really nice husband. But gosh, that is one ugly, um, chair…in a certain light, of course…not in your house, where it will look great, I’m sure… Really, really nice husband.

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  3. Annmarie June 13, 2008 at 10:16 PM #

    Twue Wuv…

    I can see your love for the chair. It is eclectic and its not like everyone else has one like it. I’d buy it.

    Course. I bought a whore house feinting sofa and matching chair in harlot red velveteenish.

    Which is now for sale. $300 for both and you pick it up.

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  4. Shannon Stacey June 14, 2008 at 12:21 PM #

    Holy church basement rummage sale, Batman, that is one ugly chair.

    Acceptance of that chair goes beyond love. That’s more like a paranormal, were-ish, arcing-spark, MINE MINE MINE, fated mate thing. Either that or he’s bring home an Eleanor next week and is banking on the same acceptance.


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  5. Stephenie June 14, 2008 at 3:24 PM #

    ummm.. maybe if you have it recovered or something?? Very nice husband.. Mine would kick me out for bringing that home.

  6. Mara June 20, 2008 at 3:35 PM #

    That is an adorable chair, though I’d like it better myself if it were done over with new fabric. Vintage pieces are so cool. Do you know when it was built? I like finding out the history of pieces I buy.
    My husband doesn’t care at all what our furniture looks like as long as it is comfortable. I’m lucky that way.:)

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