Sofa/bookcase

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22 Responses to “Sofa/bookcase”

  1. YBKul says:

    Cory, find the refrigerator/bookcase. If it isn’t already out there, a cross-application of Rule 35 will almost certainly go into effect.

  2. kaosdevice says:

    You need to get help about this shelf addiction Cory. They have programs.

  3. Takuan says:

    I want a bookshelf like a dry-cleaning carousel. You sit in your comfy wing chair (or loveseat) with lower locomotor appendages up on ottoman and speak the tome desired. Voice recognition tells the carousel when to stop rolling and you reach up and tug the book off its clip.

  4. Rosemary says:

    Now that is definitely space saving furniture. A great way to keep all of those books organized.

  5. Jardine says:

    Oh. Just had an idea. Bear with me on this: how about a bookcase built into a bookcase? I think I just blew my mind.

  6. Moon says:

    It looks uncomfortable to sit in, which is the primary function of a couch, and you could do it much better just by sticking bookshelves on the end of a couch that IS already comfortable.

    I have a bookshelf on both sides of my leather recliner and I don’t have any problem getting a book.

    I guess it’s cool because a “designer” came up with it.

  7. pstarr says:

    hot. that’s all there is to it. hot.

  8. Marcel says:

    It’s a cool concept, but also one so simple to duplicate, that I suspect people would be hard pressed to actualy buy one.

    I mean let’s face it. You just buy a cheap IKEA couch without arms, buy two cheap small bookcases in the next aisle, put them together and presto, your ‘coule royale’ designcouch is born.

  9. Bugs says:

    Call me picky, but that’s not so much a “sofa with bokcases in the arms” as it is a sofa that just has two bookcases next to it. Where are the soft sofa corners to snuggle in to with a mug of cocoa and your SO?

  10. alisong76 says:

    WANT.

  11. alisong76 says:

    Bugs, that why God invented cushions.

  12. wgmleslie says:

    Those corners are just waiting to destroy your elbows.

    I had two This End Up couches made out of yellow pine (w/ plenty of cushions, ALISONG76) and the ends were just crate-tops, not unlike the couch shown.

    I am fortunate to still possess a pair of working elbows.

  13. yish says:

    indeed. when I saw the title in my RSS gadget, I said: “Cory”.

  14. lindsayl284 says:

    Looks extremely similar to mine:

    http://www.kingfurniture.com.au/jasper3.html

    Although mine is much better of course :p

  15. bathing suits says:

    Jardine: Brilliant. I am going to use your idea for personal gain. Seriously!

  16. Archbob says:

    Thats really awesome. I hate having to get up from my sofa to grab a good book.

  17. explorer21 says:

    Sorry. I’m with Bugs. It needs to be more built in with soft cushioning up around the top and corner – for the elbows.

  18. Antiglobalism says:

    Very clever design, pretty neat actually. However, are those holes I see on the sides? Not very practical if you want to lie down with a few pillows… “Oh shit, the Bible just fell down from the case.”

  19. Evil Jim says:

    All I can see is the books being shoved out onto the floor by cushions on the seatable side. That, & all eleventy books up there are the same.

  20. Tenn says:

    This is the best incarnation of bookcase-in-furniture I’ve seen in a while; some of the titles are accessible from the seated position and the sofa itself looks comfortable.

  21. stratosfyr says:

    This > bookshelf-in-bathtub.

    I need a bigger house.

  22. Antinous says:

    Those complaining about it not having padded arms are obviously not drinkers. The arms are perfect for setting down cocktails.

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