President Eisenhower called this contraption "the most fantastic thing you ever saw." I think he's right. What I wouldn't give for a time machine and an invite to his house for a party around this thing.
For me, the real stress of cleaning up a huge mess is trying to figure out where to start. The giant floor stain? The faux bricks? The dated cabinets? I need to sit down.
I get wanting to have a comfy place to sit in the kitchen, I do. But why does it have to be so literal? On the upside, the print is busy enough to hide stains I suppose.
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A television in the kitchen seems like a good idea, just maybe not so close to the sink.
The open floorplan and generous sunlight really highlights the door that hasn't been painted in about 35 years and has been pushed in the same spot every day. Nothing a little 409 can't handle!
I've seen some oddly-appropriated studio apartments, but this is taking spare living to a new level.
This is an example of terrible advertising. How on earth do you think you can sell me a refrigerator when you're showing me cabinets that I would consider throttling that snotty child for?
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