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It looks like something you would find in a therapists office, in a good way (and very comfortable ). I think the purple leather will fix that association though.

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^ LOL ... I don't think therapists have furniture this good Maybe at home ... but a lot of them here anyway may not do all that well financially. Like some are unable to file (or keep filing) on their patients' insurance, but keep seeing them anyway.

I don't know if anyone really reclines at the therapist ... isn't that just something in cartoons? My impression anyway

I have some Art Deco furniture, the closest I come to modern ... and this is modeled on chaises from the 20s and 30s, primarily Le Corbusier. I wouldn't have thought to get this if I hadn't reclined in it ...

They have another one that's more of an art piece, a chaise made of standard wood pieces of other furniture that looks like a reassembled fossil skeleton, but is supposed to be very comfortable. I haven't tried it for myself ...

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Here's the actual chair ... included some detail shots of the wood. It's beautiful, especially the wood, and beautifully smooth. It's comfortable, and smells faintly of leather (I'm surprised it's not more).
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^Wow yes the wood is gorgeous, congrats and enjoy!

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^ Thanks

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I'm excited about this purchase ... more figured maple, so unlike me This is a hand-carved ambrosia maple bowl to hold some of my stone fruit collection.
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Elegant chair and this is nice. I've been looking at trays myself. There is an interesting collection at the supermarket here--it actually looks like a chest of drawers. I sometimes take my meals around the house so this is good.

Do any of you have stoves with no burners? A flat heating element. I have to regularly clean mine because what I cook overflows often, I think it's the way it heats.
I have tried several products and recently bought a oven cleaner which says it is actually not for the exterior of the oven or the heating elements --but my landlord swears by it that it works.

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^ Hmm ... if you don't have it turned up too high, sounds like it's faulty. I have always had electric stoves so far ...

This is my latest dough bowl, with some of my stone fruit collection ... I want to buy more of this guy's work (different from the other one, as you can probably tell).
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Shabby chic beach house relaxed with some French Provincial vintage elements. My home is my sanctuary. Pretty much everything is aesthetically pleasing. I cherish everything I've collected immensely.

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