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I watched and loved it. The design is so girly but it fits. I live that they do 'livable' designs that mix so many elements.

Home by Novogratz: Episode One
What I Learned from Bob and Cortney

7/19/11 04:18 PM

Personally I think the black is more classic. I have a ~5 year old (Herman Miller) Eames lounge in black with rosewood backing and it sits in a similar position as yours with floor to ceiling windows. To make sure the leather doesn't get damaged I will close the shades while I'm at work to help shield it from the sun.

Suggest Color For Eames Lounger?
Good Questions

7/6/11 08:47 AM

I definately spend more on furniture than the average American but my justification is that it will stick with me for many years to come. I'm buying the classics (Eames, Nelson, etc) and who can argue with that. And my spending on furniture has went up in recent years since graduating college, earning more and establishing a home, not just a place to sleep.

What We Spend on Furniture
6/16/11 10:35 AM

k1tsun3 try room and board for a green fabric.

Furniture Classics in Green
The Next Big Color

3/8/11 03:35 PM

This weekend is the DC Big Flea in Chantilly. Great place to find antiques from almost any era. Held both Saturday and Sunday. $10 admission.

The Weekend Guide: March 4, 2011
Everywhere! National, Local & Online Sales and Events Calendar

3/4/11 03:36 PM

I'm also couch shopping at the moment. The Bantam is probably #1 on the list at the moment not just b/c of looks but for the customer service that comes along with the sofa. We have also been looking at the Gus Modern line and several from Room and Board. I assume we will either do with the Bantam or Room and Board just b/c we have stores in town and the customer service can't be beat. If you have the money I would swing towards the Bantam (although wait a month or two for their semi-annual sale) or Room and Board if you haven't already checked them out. Plus both DWR and RnB are made in the USA.

Which Of These Couches Should I Choose?
Good Questions

2/18/11 10:30 AM