I don't want to live in a world where an ottoman that is being sold for $678.30 is considered a good deal.I don't want to live in a world where an ottoman that is being sold for $678.30 is considered a good deal.
Scroll down on the page... I like the corner chair for only a hair over one grand...now that's a deal.
It doesn't even have a docking station for my iPhone.
The best thing about the furniture is the fact that they say you can "Lounge for Less save 15%".
No matter how you cut it, if you take 15% off a pile of crap, you still have a pile of crap.
The pillows were an affordable $66 a piece. That is the deal of a life time. They must be asking the 'Price Is Right' price for it (I have never seen a box of Rice-A-Roni for $2.60, where are they buying this crap from?)
I find it appalling that they can charge that much for such simple furniture. I understand that it is more or less artwork so the price is inflated. I saw a kitchen set one time that was $1400 dollars and I'm almost certain the chairs were what we had in Johnstone (stainless prison chairs), but it was from someone's modern design collection so it was priced out of this world.
For those of you who would say I am cheap, well you are right, but I would not have a problem paying a lot for something that has an intricate design or was built for abuse (I just bought a sweet-ass leather La-Z-Boy recliner--most expensive piece of furniture I have ever bought, but worth every penny)
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