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Here is Cooper, (named for Alice Cooper) our 7 month old standard poodle hanging out in his favorite spot on our Ligne Roset Nomade sofa. He has a bad habit of hiding his toys behind the cushions. Later he’ll jump back up and toss the cushions all over the room to retrieve the toys. What a clown.
– LeeDon (Dallas, TX)
Gala and Tena, two miniature schnauzers, just like their owner, love winter only from cozy living room, so they spent their lazy days sleeping and catching any possible sun.
– Nina (Zagreb, Croatia)
My Christmas project was to reupholster this chair. I used a blue velvet and quilted it for fun. Biggles, my cat, likes it. Hubby thinks it is a granny chair. Italian flower mirror on wall.
This is my Jack Russell “Poppy” who loves to sit on the Ercol chair.
– Nicola (NZ)
Monty watching us decorate the Christmas tree from his favourite spot – a vintage Eames rocker!!!
– Chris (Toronto, ON)
I live in Chattanooga, TN, but my grandma lives on Montgomery, AL. Over the holidays we like to visit and love this little ottoman. It perfectly supports me and the big dogs can’t fit on it. It was so nice of grandma Susie to get it for me. It is hard to be a princess.
Here Bandi again! I sit my ikea hedgehog. I love it, because very warm.
– Edina (Hungary)
Here you can find some pictures of Theo, from Sabaudia (small town near Rome, Italy).
The genius of a Noguchi coffee table: a Golden Doodle see-through display of Sam. Eames daybed keeps Sam’s head well out of the sunlight.
a perfect picture for christmas: kasimir on the dining table (no, he is not supposed to be there) amidst the christmas decoration.
– heike (graz/austria)
this is Wilhelm. He is a very stylish cat. Wilhelm has an original chinholder from Thonet from 1930.
– Veronika (Vienna)
Christmas at my house. No decorations because that would not have gone over so well with 8 cats. So I bought some evergreen branches and stuck them in a carboy. It survived the cats. And the cats survived (apparently poisonous).