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Ode to Sactionals Die Hards

Just a quick shout out to some of our Sactionals die-hards our there.  These are people who, one way or another, were taking their furniture home today.  There are thousands more out there like them, but I only get the pleasure of photographic evidence from a precious few.   IMG00188-20100606-1414

First up we have someone in the D.C. area who loves the environment, almost as much as they (apparently) love their new Sactionals: A Sactionals Movie Lounger, SuperSac, Squattoman, and matching covers all stacked into a Prius.  If my eyes don’t deceive me, it seems that our scrappy LoveSac crew figured out how to use an extra Sport Utility Cover as a cargo-net of sorts, keeping it all in…better hope the brakes work on this one.

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Next we have what seems to be two living-rooms worth of furniture stacked in this Honda Ridgeline.  Not much suspension left there. 

Finally, I’m not sure how these Vegas Sac’rs got their Sactionals set up of 8 Bases and 9 Sides home, but they definitely demonstrated yet another fun aspect of Sactionals….boxes double as oversized Jenga blocks…

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Stack2  If you or someone you love has (intentionally or unintentionally) become a Sactionals die-hard, please share with us your photographs and story.  Email them to me personally at chairmansac@gmail.com.

Thank you!

— Shawny D.

JUNE 10 UPDATE: This just in… the Jenga stack above resulted in the below setup by the lucky family in Vegas…

Mildren's living room

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WTF..Is a Man Cave
This week is a perfect opportunity for you to meet Courtney Cachet,
 Courtney Cachet designer/tv personality from HGTV.  We have been trying to pick her brain for inspiring ideas and have recently hit jackpot!  Her ideas have been so creative and attractive that we decided to launch our very own Courtney Cachet Line.  Needless to say, we think these new fabrics are the best ever, find out for yourself later this year.
 
Courtney Cachet recently posted a blog titled:  
What the F*ck Is a Man Cave?
 
This article is very interesting and we recommend reading it in its entirety.  We have pasted a few paragraphs below to give you a taste.  Enjoy!
 
In my mind, a Man Cave is more like a private room/space/area for a man where he can have all his gadgets and toys and things are all his. Often geared towards married Dads.
 
Here are some items I will be using in my Ultimate Man Cave Gift Guide:

For seating I am using my own design, Courtney Cachet Sactionals by Lovesac, available later this month. It’s luxe, reconfigurable, modular furniture you assemble with no tools. Also, the covers are removable and washable in case Dad spills barbecue sauce or beer on them!

Sonos Wireless Music System. I’m a huge fan of this company. They make slick, high quality wireless music systems. For Father’s Day, now available in black (very manly!). Man Cave dudes can listen to French hip hop broadcast from Marseilles or opera in China at the stroke of a touch screen. Instantly ups your cool techy cred.

Every Man Cave needs a large flat screen TV, 37-55 inches is fine. My personal favorite is Samsung, but any will do. But, we need to move beyond the TV. We need to take it up a notch with an OmniMount Power 55 remote controlled TV mount. It’s designed for most 37″ – 55″ flat panels up to 110 lbs, the Power55 is a state-of-the-art remote controlled motorized cantilever mount that allows you to tilt, pan and swivel panels from anywhere in a room with the touch of a button. I tried this out on a makeover the other day and it is awesome.

Where are the beverages? Whether the taste is Diet Coke, Veuve or Stella Artois, you’re going to need some cold drinks! The KitchenAid double drawer refrigerator, available at Lowe’s. It might set you back a couple of thousand, but it’s ultra cool, compact and energy star rated.

A poker table is a nice addition to any Man Cave. I found several on Amazon under $500 in all kinds of finishes. Free shipping!

For more information on designer and TV Personality, Courtney Cachet, you can check her out on her site www.courtneycachet.com or join her Facebook page!