I see it as a game of tug and war where comfort and style battles what you can afford. When I am looking for a new office chair I try to keep in mind that I spend about 40hrs a week sitting in the same chair so the comfort part of it is really important. I don't want to spend more money getting the kinks out of my back because I decided to cheap out on the thing that I spend so much time using. It's like your bed in my opinion you should have a comfortable bed.
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|9/12/11 4:06 PM|
Oh man these are all great but whole cow are they pricey! I'd love to see a DIY version of one of these out of things you can pick up at the hardware store. Unfortunately, it seems like even the $40-$100 fireplaces that I see in the stores are just flimsy shoty pieces of metal that will fall apart after just one season. You do get what you pay for. -AK
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|5/25/10 9:54 PM|
For me a summer porch needs to have a punch of color. That is what I really liked about number 1. Although I think I would have gone with a colored Adirondack chair and bench instead of the metal framed pieces. I feel like the white chairs are too washed out in the second option and for me the patterns are a little to traditional or something. I do however like the bird pillow. I also agree the drapes are needed if we are pulling out all the stops. I also liked the plants in the third option but besides that there isn't enough drama or a focal point. I would have also gone with odd numbers when placing the plants. Just my opinion.
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|5/25/10 9:43 PM|