Atlason's Princess Stool Urges You to Lounge on Lambs

 - May 28, 2011
References: atlason & cmybacon
This is definitely a piece of farmy furniture that will be a conversation starter.

Atlason's Princess stool has a baaffling design. This stylish seat has a life of its own -- or used to. Atlason's Princess stool is made out of the body of a young lamb, with all parts present except for the neck and head. Atlason teamed up with a taxidermist to create this fluffy footstool to ensure that the sheep's shape was shipshape.

The only part of this stool that isn't original is the leg's hooves. Before the natural hooves were removed, they were casted electronically, and exact silver replicas were produced. Atlason's Princess stool would be baad to give to animal activists, but it would be an interesting and useful piece in parlors.

Implications - In today's society, homeowners are constantly searching for unique and original pieces of furniture or decor that will make their homes stand out among the rest. Pieces of furniture that are not only functional and comfortable but also inventive will certainly create an enjoyable and distinct environment for homeowners and visiting guests. Companies looking to retain a loyal customer base should consider pushing the boundaries of their furniture designs to provide customers with something different and inventive.