Luflic, pronounced "loo-flick," is the Old English word for "lovely." Although it's inventive and certainly memorable, I can't say I'd love to sit on the Luflic in the Round chair (inquire for price), which is named after the technique of knitting socks or sleeves. The tubular steel frame that makes its shape is formed in one continuous line that closes in a loop, and thirty feet of crocheted sleeve are required to upholster the entire thing. What do you think? Is it too peculiar for your living room or do you think the knit is neat?
I think I'd break it
It really is unique. I love it .
Drive a car, drive a boat, drive a plane. What does it matter? As long as I'm drunk!
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Made by eco-friendly company Team 7, this Cubus Library (inquire for price) has a place for everything, from your books to your HDTV to your DVDs and Jonathan Adler pottery. The piece is available in a variety of woods and customized options. You can get it as shown in the picture — strictly for the bookworms — or have its shelves adapted for larger and smaller items, as well as the addition of frameless sliding doors with colored glass, in either matte or gloss.
i love it. i've always wanted a floor to ceiling wall of bookshelves.
wow...it's great! i loooooove it!
white, black, puerto rican/everybody just a freakin'/good times were rollin'.
This is a book lover magnet!
I didn't start out to collect diamonds, but somehow they just kept piling up.-Mae West
Love it, I want it to put all my books.
"Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counsellors, and the most patient of teachers."
That is a riot! I'd try it out, though I bet it would get uncomfortable after about 45 seconds....
I do! I love it!Originally Posted by Honey
I want floor to ceiling bookshelves with a sliding ladder so bad I can taste it. I don't have the room right now, but if I ever build a dream home, that's the first thing I'm putting in!
“What are you looking at, sugar-tits?” - Mel Gibson
Love it! Want it!
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