What do you see in those dusty floors, barren counters, the pale gloom of another gray day streaming through the windows? Does it feel desolate? Lonely? Sad?
This is a blank canvas. Your blank canvas. The first time you’ve truly held complete control over your home environment since you became the person you are today. You’re a new man. If you look at your new home and you feel sad, you’re looking at the past. Look at today. Look at the future. You should feel hopeful, happy, proud. Lucky.
Ok sure, but where do you start?
You don’t know anything about interior design. You’re not sure what your taste in furniture is, if you have any at all.
There’s really no other choice: what are you going to do, sit on the floor? You can only contemplate life standing at the window for so long, eventually you’ve got to sit. The right chair is your captain’s seat, the perch from which you survey your situation and decide how to steer your ship. From that master position, you’ll direct your destiny.
There’s a lot of different ways to go with this ...
You can get really comfortable here, a plushy place to rest your weary bones at the end of the day.
No frills, no waste, all style.
Want to get really lazy, just sit and scratch yourself? Do it like Gramps did in this classic recliner.
Maybe a recliner just isn't lazy enough. You want lie down all the time, you want to lie down loud.
Charles and Ray Eames created the classic modern lounge chair in 1956, and people have been knocking it off ever since. You can get the original for five grand, or get a replica like this for around 1/10th of the price.
Chair up, man, chair up.