This is the first of my new series about giving a bit of of coverage to small business, mainly friend’s ones. I am starting by Peter Stindberg because the idea arrived while I was talking with him, and also because I liked the idea of publishing this picture of him; If you want to know more about the story behind the pic (the right one, lefts one is: I sitted, cammed, pressed snapshot, end of story), you will have to read his blog.
So, without more preambles, let’s talk a bit about Greene Concept and their furniture, like the chair I am sitting at.
To me, their star product is the San Jose line, a series of seven prim professional couchs (no cuddling unless you bring your own, boys and girls :-) with single animations that are chosed randomly when you seat; if you don’t like one you only stand and sit again to get another, avoiding menu hassle.
The couch texture can be changed by touching it (has owner and public setting), and the owner can activate/deactivate the shadow by touching the handle.
The San Jose sells at 350L$, with a 800L$ no copy fatpack, and a 1000L$ copy one, and should be a wonderfull complement for your office, formal lounge.
Without detailing everything, I can say Greene Concept offers you original concepts of modern design with soft, much cared lines and textures, that give their furniture a lovely touch of light and warmness *gets her breath back after a so long phrase*.
I could tell you so, so much about Greene concept… if I had checked more throughly *smiles shamelessly*.
So, if you want to know more you will have to go there, have a look, and taste the place. Look around and check the details of the items with different orientation and day lightnings.
If the link doesn’t work, Peter has another selling point for his San Jose couchs at Flirt jewelry shop, a place with a wonderful layout (so much, much nicer than mine *grrrr*) and, up to where I had time to check, rich, full detailed jewelry.
At least I had time to geta picture there, that gived me another oportunity to show my chosen Nekovember latex outfit ; maybe I look a bit like a domme, Faerie, but who could think that with a smile like this? *winks*.
Remember, if you have a small business and are interested in a bit of publicity post a comment with a link to your shop, but only one, or the spam filter will fell down like a thunder and delete your comment.
I can also accept landmarks by IM but, please, don’t send me review copies; I am too lazy to check them .-p.