I know they aren't exactly uncommon or high-end but I absolutely love Knoll Pollocks. They're durable, comfortable, and have an attractive minimalist design.
However, as they say, you can have too much of a good thing.
(Yes, that is a Snuggie resting atop that Knoll Pollock.)
I think that might be the case here, as I've assembled quite an extensive collection. I've got cloth, vinyl, leather, 4 star bases, 5 star bases, tagged, untagged, black-rimmed, chrome-rimmed, you name it. And yet, not a single one has upholstery that is in good condition.
It would seem that my home has become a shelter for abused and abandoned Knoll Pollocks. It's like a mid-century modern orphanage.
But just look at these pitiful chairs. They've been scratched, scuffed, stained, and had buttons ripped from their cushions. Could you turn these poor wretches away at your door?
I certainly couldn't, but that's left me with a bit of a predicament: no money, no time, and no idea how to fix them up.
<cue uplifting piano music>
Every day, thousands of mid-century office chairs suffer neglect and abuse. Hi, I'm Nick from Save the Pollocks. For only a dollar a day, you could make a difference in the life of this poor Knoll Pollock. Give the gift of a brighter future with fresh upholstery and properly attached buttons. Donate today and you will receive a hand-written letter written from the comfort of your adopted chair. Thank you for your support and kindness and have a wonderful day.
(Disclaimer: Save the Pollocks is not an actual charity. All proceeds from Save the Pollocks will, in all likelihood, be used to purchase additional unneeded mid-century crap.)