Eep. No. I like the concept, but the new shapes aren't clicking with that chair. It looks out of balance.
Ick. Or... I mean, no.
Good idea but it needs a plainer shape
That would be a N O . And 980.00... Reallly ?
Oh YES! I can see your vision! Yes!
Wait, Divine Theatre...it's not my vision, it's Anthro's!
Definitely NO.What are your thoughts?
No, wouldn't put this ugly thing in a dog house!
Not so much...a bit too wonky. The original chair looks pretty neat though.xo J~
Just saw where you said it was from Anthro...sometimes they just seem to be trying to hard.J~
I say, don't mess with vintage...
Gosh, no. Seriously?
Yes, as long as it is sturdy. I like that, you know it is a add on. That is fine, you want to save the piece. You made it a unique piece. Truly, I love it! Maybe I would stain the add on. Maybe not. sandi
I didn't make it!!
NO NO NO NO
Anthro would sell that? Ugh....NO
Definitely NO.The chair not only looks crippled, it looks like somebody is mocking it - by emphasizing foreignness of addition (different stain or no stain at all).
I say, "No!" And, honestly, if that's all I have to do to pull in a cool $1000, then I'm going home and gluing a flip flop and a rake to my sofa and quitting my day job!I'm with 24 Corners, love the look of the *original* chair.Eh, we're all critics aren't we?! ;)
Ah ha ha, Uncle B...you kill me! It looks like the leg has a bandage, eh?
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