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For the next round of this challenge, I'd like you to take a look at this French Mountain Region Sculptural Dog Chair ($7500). Hand carved in 1910, this piece of furniture is unusual, to say the least. It's made from walnut, and by the looks of it seems quite substantial. I think this odd chair could really make an impact in the right interior.

So, my question for you is how would you use this canine chair in your home? What room would serve it best? What other accents or furniture pieces would help it to blend into a room? Or would you want it to stand front and center? Tell me by commenting below!

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redsugar redsugar 8 years
I would sell it and buy an Angela Adams rug instead.
cookie23 cookie23 8 years
I just wouldn't
cookie23 cookie23 8 years
I just wouldn't
lukal lukal 8 years
Sorry friends, I just can't imagine this chair fitting into my scheme of things. It might work as a chairside table to hold a glass of lemonade and a book on a porch.
heatheb0828 heatheb0828 8 years
Anyone that would pay that much for a chair probably has too much money and should think about donating some to charity:)
fefca fefca 8 years
I would not use this chair anywhere. Don´t like how it looks and it's probably darn uncomfortable! Can you imagine that dog's nose poking your back while you're resting?
melinda19 melinda19 8 years
I would use in the foyer or front entrance. With a console or side table next to it. Maybe a unique umbrella holder by its side.
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