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  • Donna Cregger

    I THINK I am a person who should have a house with furniture like this...but I always chicken out.

  • Heather Sundquist

    Happy Chair Soul Stirring Seats Founded by Shawna Robinson, Charlotte, North Carolina-based Happy Chair finds worn and weathered pieces of furniture and gives them new life.

  • Raquel Corl

    modernly upholstered antique chair, so fun!

  • Kristen Dalton

    This is so fun! I think it would be a great reading chair

  • Sally Myers

    Love this funky chair

  • Emily Shreero

    can i just sit in this?!?! dream throne!

  • Bettie Hilliker

    I love big, bold, crazy color, as seen in my many chair designs. I have a passion for art and thrill seeking and love to create fun, risky pieces. Mine is a passion for chairs, the kind that bring life to a room and conversation to the party.– Shawna Robinson, Creator and Designer, Happy Chair

  • Lindsay A Bush

    fabulous pink "Happy Chair"

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