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This clothing is designed for chairs

We’ve all sat on a really uncomfortable chair. And we’ve all wondered how to make an uncomfortable more comfortable. Well Dutch designers Bernotat & Co. have created a range of covering just for chairs that are ‘modeled on a grandma’s dressing gown, baggy overalls and an oven mit’. They’re calling it ‘Chair Wear by Bernotat & Co.’ and the designers say the designs are meant to trigger all kinds of emotional reactions: ‘People relate differently to the chairs when they’re dressed up and the chairs suddenly acquire a certain anthropomorphic quality’.

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