I bought this chair in a Goodwill thrift shop circa 1979. It was covered in nubby pink fabric woven with metallic silver threads. The fabric was worn so thin in places that the white stuffing showed. I made a temporary cover out of some lovely fake leopard fur, and it matched our decor quite well while the children were in their feral stage. Later I had the chair recovered, as shown in the photo. But since the children moved out the chair has been sitting in an out-of-the-way corner of the living room, forlorn and forgotten.
It needs a new home, I thought, with someone who will treat it better than I have. Surprise — my daughter needed furniture to fill out her new apartment. A new home! Alas, not even a week and the chair was again crowded out by a couch. Here you see it relegated to temporary seating where visitors can remove their shoes. Sad, sad chair.