I'm all for one-of-a-kind furnishings, and anything eco chic, but despite those truths, I could never bring myself to put the RD4 (Roughly Drawn) Chair LE* ($1,548), a limited-edition piece hand woven from 100-percent recycled plastic waste material, with no two exactly alike in my living room. The chair certainly makes a striking visual statement, and is modern in an interesting way, but it's too overwhelming for my home. I'd love to see it in the Manhattan Beach home with the green staircase that I recently wrote about, but can't think of another home it would work in. This chair claims to be "a tour de force piece heralding the future of sustainable design." Do you agree? Or do you think that eco-chic furnishings should be limited to those sustainable designs that appeal to a wider public?
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