December 17, 2008

Fantasy Decor

I've never been one to collect little fairy figurines. I'm not even truly a fan of those resin angels that are made out to look like carefully hand-whittled dolls. And y'all can keep your phosphorescent cottages to yourselves! Blech. I like simple, mid-century modern, intelligent design when it comes to what I allow in my home. However, I will make an exception for things that I consider truly unique or clever.

So, I'm going to cast this idea to the digital air and allow people to take it and run with it if it's worth putting into production. Where are all the fantasy tongue-in-cheek home goods? Does anyone make a dragon-skin leather chair? What about a tonton-skin rug for the living room? I think that a tonton rug would look pretty swanky in the right setting. I'm pretty sure that I'd buy an L-shaped sectional upholstered in a single giant basilisk skin (mocha brown, fold-out bed in there somewhere).

Posted by timf at December 17, 2008 10:30 AM

Could you help me. The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' (I found it!) but 'That's funny .' Help me! It has to find sites on the: Computer cart mouse pad swivel. I found only this - mouse pad design. Their example is obviously a bit traditional and floral, but the technique could work on anything from a basic solid color to bold, vintage swatches. I have to agree with you there that the pink one looks rather awful. With best wishes :confused:, Ormand from Morocco.

Posted by: Ormand at August 23, 2009 05:37 PM
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