Friday, August 10, 2012

Going going gone

I know you've been looking for a gigantic sofa sectional pit, aren't we all?  Conversation pits are hot and lucky for you, I'm having a little sale through August on the piece I had custom made!  It's my last ditch effort before I go ahead and deliver this awesome stuff to my own living room!  So get it while you can.
If you would like specifics, dimensions, etc... please e-mail me here.  I've had a lot of interest in the Neon sign.  It is SOLD but I am happy to make more, not a problem!

Sofa Pits are making a comeback but did you know when sofa pits first got trendy?  One of the first conversation pits was in the Miller House; Columbus, Indiana, designed by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard in the 1950's. (shown below)  Architects were trying to maximize space and create a sleek line so they often recessed them.  So fab.  I also think they were pretty groovy in the 70's when they were the epitome of a sexy bachelor pad. 
Indoor/outdoor vibe
1970's retro bachelor pad, working it on the pit.  Did you notice the projector hanging from the ceiling?  That's big pimpin'.
Terence Conran's 1974 The House Book
This one...not so much.
Yes please!  found here.


It's Friday and I'm pretty jazzed about that.  Have a great weekend!

2 comments:

  1. ive never seen a sofa pit and now i ABSOLUTELY must have one. thanks for sharing!

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  2. Wish I could afford any of this stuff!! Such gorgeous pieces and ya - sofa pit... must have!!

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