Unusual Furniture: Sepii by Christian Norhave on April 01, 2011 @ 19:00

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The chair come with small size and looks unique

Stranger things now have become an idea to be modern furniture. If previously we present a chair inspired by the octopus, as well as chandeliers, previously also a sofa that terinspirsai by eggs and apples, so this time we present a chair inspired by Cuttlefish. Chair of Christian Norhave is a chair that is called the Sepii. It is indeed very attractive furniture. You can make it as one of the indoor furniture or outdoor furniture you. If you look carefully at the photo, you’ll see that only three feet of standing on the floor. The chair is produced from natural oak and available in natural color. It will be furniture suitable for sea-themed room. Is that right?

The furniture called Seppi made from soft wooden
The detail of the unusual chair by Christian Norhave

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