Sexy Furniture?

I probably would never get something likes this, but I just saw these in an email and I have to post them up for people to see. Please click below to see the pictures, but be careful that no one is looking over your shoulder. I was laughing my head off when I saw this stuff. And the URL is blocked by Qualitynet. Whoever made this furniture has one hell of a perverted sense of humor! I wouldnt know what I would do if I walked into someone’s place and this was their funiture! hehehe











A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!


  1. very funny… should be milk in the first cabinet, not wine ;-)

  2. moocherx: loool! Now that would be a better fit! hehehe

  3. That is just wierd !!
    Id get freaked out if i walked in someones house and they had that.
    The one for the glasses which only has the shoes at the bottom is okii, its not as bad as the other ones..

    But i gotta say they are sooooo funny !! ;Pp

  4. Hilarious, hehehe but it’s most likely going to be found in only a Bachelor’s pad :P

  5. hahaha! marz…our kids will ask whats this pop? and we will have to lie! LOL

  6. very creative .. and i think he has a thing with legs! ;p

    i loved the heels though.

  7. Amo0ora: u havent looked at the glasses one well enough, it is very bad as well! hehehe! I would be weirded out if I saw this at someone’s place!

    MAZE: yes in the most perverted manner!

    Jacqui: I was thinking maybe restaurants as well! hehehe

    DR: Im with you on this one!

    Cyber: hahahaha

    no3ik: I bet Laialy will love the heels as well! hehehe! He tends to likes legs just like you said!

  8. Ooooohhh so that makes them all bad, no exceptions..

  9. Exhibition Sexy Furniture of the famous designer Mario Philippona


    Exhibition of the Italian grand master Bruno di Maio

    Amadeus Art Gallery Berlin at the Potsdamer Straße 98, organizes an exhibition, on the 2nd of December of 2006, of the Italian painter Bruno di Maio and the Dutch furniture artist Mario Philippona with his unique line: “Sexy Furniture”.

    Bruno di Maio, one of the best, new, figurative artists of Italy, will be showing more than forty works, mainly nudes and still lifes. In his work, his great passion for the Renaissance is very obvious, but at the same time, a strong desire for expressive autonomy is clearly visible. Characteristics for Bruno di Maio’s works are joy, carnal, vivid colours and vibrant with light. His works can be found mainly in private and public collections in the United States, Australia, Europe and Japan. He will now, for the first time, exhibit his beautiful and vivid paintings in Berlin.

    He will be personally present at the vernissage on the 2nd of December, 2006, at Amadeus Art.

    Besides that, the unique line of top designer Mario Philippona, “Sexy Furniture”, will be abundantly represented and to be admired. Mario Philippona is a sculptor and a cabinet maker. By combining these two talents, a really unique line came to life that does not know it’s equal yet.

    Mario Philippona has made own design, as well as custom design for persons and companies in the form of exclusive counters, complete office interiors, bookcases and hifi furniture. He studied architecture at the “San Francisco Institute of Architecture” in San Francisco and at the “Institute for Architecture Development” in Maassluis. He gets inspired by contemporary and organic architecture in which he has a preference for sober lines and plain shapes. By following the natural shapes in wood, he comes at the shape he admires the most, the female shape. His passion for wood and woman, is reflected clearly in his already much talked about furniture line: “Sexy Furniture”.

    The collection of Sexy Furniture by Mario Philippona and the paintings by Bruno di Maio are exclusively for sale and deliverable via Amadeus Art. This very special exhibition can be visited freely, for the whole month of December. We look forward to welcome you.

    Potsdamer Straße 98, Berlin


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