Because who actually sits on their bedroom chair?

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Most of us have a chair in our bedroom. I, for one, dreamt that when I bought my nice little recliner, I would spend afternoons reading and lounging around. In reality, that chair has only seen my backside around twice in four years. 

Instead, that chair is my dumping ground, for all things washing, handbags, the extra 10 pillows I have on my bed and more.

The people at Thing Industries seemed to have the same problem, that’s why they’ve come up with a solution.

The Sacrificial Chair may not have a spot for your tush but the minimalist style, flat pack ‘chair’ has plenty of room to hang your clothes.

You can get your own sacrificial chair for $199.98, in white or graphite.


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