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Love It or Hate It? Road Tested Chair

I am a big fan of products that creatively recycle everyday objects, but I just can't decide how I feel about the Road Tested Chair ($3,700) designed by John Carter.

Made from authentic "Don't Walk" signs salvaged from New York, the light-up chair actually works, using a remote control. But while I love the idea, the energy-sucking furniture seems better suited to a museum. What do you think?

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beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
i can't say that i like this at all.
ViolentlyHappy ViolentlyHappy 9 years
I saw this quite a while ago. I really like it but it doesn't go with every decor. If I ever got a loft aparetment, I would consider this for a great conversation piece. :)
Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
Only in a fun themed commercial setting.
Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
nlw nlw 9 years
Love it, but would never use it!
libs1dlab libs1dlab 9 years
Can't think of a place this would look good.
The_coffeegirl The_coffeegirl 9 years
Its cute, but it doesn't look comfortable and would be a waste of energy.
Brians-Girl Brians-Girl 9 years
i like it haha.. i dunno about puttin it in my house.. but its funky and if i was rich and had a huge house.. im sure i could find a spot for it.. in a room for my boyfriend .. with a pool table and all that stuff! haha.. and some video games.. thats where i would put it.. it would be perfect for something like that haha.. as for in my apartment.. no way lol it would stick out like a soar thumb!
emo_stacer emo_stacer 9 years
love it, but hate the price tag.
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 9 years
$3,700??!! I'd rather go rip down signs myself and make one
jessugar jessugar 9 years
i'd like it in an art museum.
pixelhaze pixelhaze 9 years
I thought it was a wall decoration and was about to put that I loved it, then I noticed it was a chair. In that case I think ashcwebb said it best: eeeeeew!
JazzieShake JazzieShake 9 years
I guess it all depends on where you put it and what look you were going for. This would look really cool in a basement or in a club or something. Maybe in a trendy game room.
karisaamy karisaamy 9 years
It is wastefull and it looks very uncofy.
laurel9894 laurel9894 9 years
i think its super creative, but i wouldnt put it in my house
buch1979 buch1979 9 years
For my home no, as an interesting bachelor pad diy conversation starter maybe.
mocelebgossisme mocelebgossisme 9 years
so cute for a child's room!!! ;-)
joy76 joy76 9 years
creative, but so not a casa inspiration for me. Will suit the tate modern, surprised it's not there.
chancleta chancleta 9 years
cute idea with poor execution
Hollisterbabe01 Hollisterbabe01 9 years
It depends what kind of room you are putting it in! and if you are a creative, artistic person!
sadv sadv 9 years
I appreciate reusing material, but as far as!
eicmarie eicmarie 9 years
I like it, but it's not my style. It would work better w/my brother's style.
nikkih nikkih 9 years
Yeah, I agree with crochick--the only place this would work is maybe in a sports bar or a bachelor pad.
mandykw mandykw 9 years
It's fun but I would never want it in my house
2kiddos 2kiddos 9 years
I think it would be really cute in a boys room.
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