Search results for "Chairs That Hold Books"

  • Chanel Luxury Slipcase Books Chanel Luxury Slipcase Books - Photo

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    • DLuxe

      Wow, and I thought the Gucci book was expensive! The new set of Chanel books by luxury publisher Assouline (who has also done collaborations with Coach and Goyard) has it handily beat. The three-book set has a quilted slipcase that holds books on fashion, perfume and jewelry. The books are 80 pages each and the entire set sells for $550.


  • Dondola Chair by Pucci de Rossi, Dondola Chair by Pucci de Rossi, - Photo

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    • Daan

      Great chair for book lovers! By storing your books under the seat you can alter the balance of the Dondola and set it the way you want.


  • Texas Hold'em For Dummies Texas Hold'em For Dummies - Photo

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    • suttonhoo

      No, I haven't read it -- it's not due out for a little while yet -- but the author is one of the most brilliant individuals I've ever met, so I'm laying money down that the book is going to be good. (Did I mention capable of brutality? Brutal genius. In a good way. You're bound to pick up some good tips.) Not to mention that he can write like nobody's business. And who doesn't want to know how to better slaughter the competition when it comes to Texas Hold 'Em? (You do. You know you do.)


  • Maxwell Chair Maxwell Chair - Photo

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    • izzi

      This is the most comfortable chair I have ever sat in - & every time I'm near this store I do just that. The kind of chair that you want to curl up in with a good book.


  • baby's memory book baby's memory book - Photo

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    • misonyc

      The cover is wrapped with pink or blue fabric and has four frames that hold favorite baby or family pictures, handprints or footprints and a name plaque. Inside, the book has pages for recording the birth story and details, accounts of birthdays, doctor's visits, holidays and even pop-culture events and consumer-goods prices at the time of baby's birth, among many other details.


  • Self Shelf - the shelf that looks like a book Self Shelf - the shelf that looks like a book - Photo

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    • GadgetGuy

      How cool is this? You mount it on the wall, and it looks like a book. So when you load it up with your own books, it looks like they are magically floating in air. I've already ordered one, and wondered why someone didn't think of this earlier.


  • Office Star - Big And Tall Executive Office Chair With Knee Tilt | Big and Tall Office Chairs Office Star - Big And Tall Executive Office Chair With Knee Tilt | Big and Tall Office Chairs - Photo

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    • chelseaalves

      This cool looking chair can hold up to 400 lbs. Thickly padded seat and back with built in lumbar support, deluxe locking knee tilt control with adjustable tension control, adjustable padded armrests, and a very solid metal base finished in gunmetal Grey make this a chair that's not only solid and strong, plus attractive enough for any office. Built to withstand even the most demanding environments.


  • Other One chair Other One chair - Photo

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    • sweet17

      An organic chair that allows the passage of light through its form. Consequently, it is an ideal solution for tight spaces. Alternatively, use the internal space of the chair to tidy your books and magazines away in.


  • Stagger Shelf by Brave Space Stagger Shelf by Brave Space - Photo

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    • joe

      Fractaly shelf


  • Pierre Paulin Pierre Paulin - Photo

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    • Chris

      By Elisabeth Vedrenne, Assouline, $18.95 This petite 80-page primer on the chairs of the legendary French designer is the perfect refernce for those of us who can't make it to the end of anyone's entire monograph. Paulin designed lamps, writing desks and cabinets, too, but it is his colored-jersey-covered mushroom-, tongue-, ribbon-, tulip- and even snake-shaped chairs that have become cult symbols of the 60s and 70s. More than 25 of the most sought-after designs are pictured in easy-to-identify--if inventive--photos. (Globe Chairs, for example, are strewn in a field like bales of hay.) One in a series of Assouline books that includes fashion, arat, architecture and design heavyweights, the pocket Pierre Paulin and other titles on designers including Jean Michel Frank, Eileen Gray, Charles and Ray Eames, and Bauhaus are cool-looking crib notes for anyone interested in boning up on the classics.


  • Historic Charleston Foundation Historic Charleston Foundation - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      Getting oriented in Charleston is as easy as falling into a post-prandial nap. Much of the historic area is south of Broad Street; the main commercial artery is King Street, originally an old Indian path named for King George I. Start your exploration where the two streets intersect, at the Historic Charleston Foundation Shop. The Foundation, in collaboration with such manufacturers as Baker Furniture and Mottahedeh, faithfully reproduces antiques from private houses as well as from its own collections. The selection includes cast-metal shutter dogs (decorative hardware that holds shutters and comes in the shape of shells, anchors, butterflies and other forms), English Regency chairs, and Chinese export porcelain in the Blue Willow and Sacred Bird and Butterfly patterns. The Foundation also produces a paint palette, Colors of Historic Charleston, so you can do your own exporting and introduce a bit of Charleston back home.


  • Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair - Photo

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    • claudiaendler

      The Eames chair that never goes out of style. It is as significant today as it was then. In black, of course!


  • Magis :: Air Chair :: Jasper Morrison Magis :: Air Chair :: Jasper Morrison - Photo

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    • gmitra

      One of the few folding chairs that looks great.


  • Lewis Mittman: Swag Chair Lewis Mittman: Swag Chair - Photo

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    • jamiedrake

      This my new Swag chair that I designed for Lewis Mittmann.


  • The Wisdom of Crowds: Books: James Surowiecki The Wisdom of Crowds: Books: James Surowiecki - Photo

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    • gordon

      This is a must-read book for those who want to understand the collective intelligence of ours- or any- culture. Surowiecki does a fantastic job of making arcane stats and sociology intelligible and actionable. If you want to do anything in the consumer space, this book is essential.


  • It's Not Your Fault That You're Overweight It's Not Your Fault That You're Overweight - Photo

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    • SprkleGirl

      This book stresses to parents and children how important it is to make the right decisions in the foods that they eat.


  • Barcelona Chair Barcelona Chair - Photo

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    • loft3

      This 20th century modernist chair is a staple in interior design. Designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the 1929 exposition in Barcelona. Iconic, bold, minimal and grand all at the same time. Equally comfortable as part of a larger scheme or as the centerpiece of any room. The Barcelona chair (sometimes called the Pavilion chair) is an absolute must.


  • Swivel Leather Chair from Crate&Barrel Swivel Leather Chair from Crate&Barrel - Photo

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    • loft3

      Eames Management Chair Imposters (Part 2) Because many of us cant afford the original, Crate&Barrel and West Elm carry a wonderful interpretations of the classic design. Chrome plate metal and rich leather make this sleek office chair. There is no mistaking this for the real thing but it will still make a great addition to any modern office.


  • Pierre Paulin F 302 Chair Pierre Paulin F 302 Chair - Photo

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      There are chairs that uniquely assume such an immortal character that they appear all around the world. They are equally at home in a museum or a reception hall, or in a gas-station or on a garden terrace. The F302 from Pierre Paulin, designed in 1967, is a striking example of such immortality.


  • RUG STAR NOODLESOUP- rugs that look like japanese tattoo art! And more RUG STAR NOODLESOUP- rugs that look like japanese tattoo art! And more - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      Rug Star is a very cool rug company from Berlin. They have this series; noodlesoup- comprised of beautiful asian style dragons (the kind you see on bowl that hold noodlesoup, hence the name) as well as some fun mix and match rugs and round rugs. I especially love the black and white dragon rug. wowza.