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Paint Or Die But Love Me: A table

By Christa Terry

This table, it melts?

Specifically, it’s a concept table designed by John Nouanesing, whose claim to fame seems to be his wide range of hip and quirky concept designs. While searching for more info, I found comments from various individuals suggesting it be green like snot or ectoplasm, but the winning comment has to be this one: “be better in musky yellow – that way it wud look like pee.”

Because if there’s one piece of furniture I’ve been searching for all my adult life, it’s a peetable. Right.

6 Responses to “Paint Or Die But Love Me: A table”

  1. Twistie Says:

    You know, my first thought on looking at that table was fingernail polish or paint. With the comments…now it takes on a darker tinge.

    Still, I love the concept. Of course, like most things, I’d probably like it best in purple. I do wonder how sturdy it is, though.

  2. Jennie Says:

    Do the separate splots come with it or are they extra? Looks like a crime scene…BLOOD’ED

  3. La Petite Acadienne Says:

    I don’t think I’d want it for my house, but there is something about it that really appeals to me. I bet it would look kickass in silver or white.

  4. Never teh Bride Says:

    I, too, saw blood, Jennie. But much like La Petite Acadienne, I would like to see it in silver!

  5. class factotum Says:

    Having spent the last several weeks sanding, priming, painting and cleaning dripped paint from the basement stairs, stairwell, and baseboards, I do not find this table particularly attractive. My first reaction was, “Oh crap. I hope that was latex because at least I can get that off the floor even if it’s dried.”

  6. maggiethecat Says:

    Ooh, oh! Me wants! Very Sweeney Todd. Seriously, though, in the interest of keeping my parents around for as long as possible (the sight of this thing might bring on a heart attack when they drop by unannounced), I’d probably settle for a white one.

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