If you find that your car seat offers way more lumbar support than ordinary home furniture, you’re in luck. David Clark Designs (DCD) has unveiled a line of automotive furniture that brings the experience of sitting in the driver’s seat into your living room (or man cave).
You guessed it: car seats turned home furniture.
The idea may not be original, but the execution is spectacular. Combining innovative and practical engineering with first-rate upholstery work, DCD transforms a tacky concept into something hip.
And with chairs inspired by Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Bentley, Infiniti and Porsche, there’s something for everyone (with high-class taste).
If, however, you’re not into high-end sports cars – that’s okay. DCD will customize any seat you want – including the one in that busted ’86 Chrysler LeBaron you love so much.
It will cost you though. Seats in DCD’s range can run anywhere from $630 to $1,200.
Not cheap, but still less expensive than having Dirty Platinum convert your dirty old seat covers into a leather jacket.
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