Yes or No?

This is not my chair, it's from here...

Comments

Elizabeth said…
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.
Sam said…
Good idea but it needs a plainer shape
Crist said…
Noooooooooo.
lisa golightly said…
That would be a N O . And 980.00... Reallly ?
Divine Theatre said…
Oh YES! I can see your vision! Yes!
Wait, Divine Theatre...it's not my vision, it's Anthro's!
La Dolfina said…
Definitely NO.
What are your thoughts?
Paula said…
No, wouldn't put this ugly thing in a dog house!
24 Corners said…
Not so much...a bit too wonky. The original chair looks pretty neat though.
xo J~
24 Corners said…
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...
Jemimagold said…
Gosh, no. Seriously?
The Green Pea said…
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!!
daddie said…
NO NO NO NO
Anthro would sell that? Ugh....NO
creakypavillion said…
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).
Uncle Beefy said…
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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