Abandoned Couches


West Hollywood couch by stan42
November 29, 2006, 8:40 pm
Filed under: Stan's couches

On Saturday, we were in West Hollywood for lunch, and I saw this couch on Hayworth Ave, just around the corner from the French Market on Santa Monica Blvd.

couch

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No one’s thankful for this couch. by Peggy Archer
November 24, 2006, 6:16 pm
Filed under: Peggy's couches

It’s been rejected by the Salvation Army.

Rejected couch

Here’s a close up of the tag:

Reject tag

Ouch.



They say Eagle Rock is the new Silver Lake by stan42
November 19, 2006, 4:35 pm
Filed under: Stan's couches

I’ve heard that Eagle Rock is the new Silver Lake, which is to say it’s an up and coming district in Los Angeles. Today’s bike ride went through both. And it was Eagle Rock that gave us today’s Abandoned Couch:

couch in Eagle Rock

This couch was on Yosemite Drive in Eagle Rock. It wasn’t clear why it was rearing up like that. But it seemed like a pretty nice couch, befitting a rapidly-gentrifying area.



A late fall couch by Peggy Archer
November 17, 2006, 9:47 am
Filed under: Peggy's couches

Couch



Couches gone feral by stan42
November 7, 2006, 11:03 pm
Filed under: Stan's couches

I posted the couch on Sierra Bonita a few days ago. It’s still there, but today on my way home from work I saw that it has company. There is a second couch apparently mounting it and trying to mate.



Election Day “couchitorial” by Peggy Archer
November 7, 2006, 1:50 pm
Filed under: Peggy's couches

Couch commentary

Taken on election day (November 7, 2006), near Sunset Blvd. and Gardner



Sunday bike ride, and some more couches by stan42
November 6, 2006, 7:49 pm
Filed under: Stan's couches

So I went riding again on Sunday, and I collected a few more couches.

The first one was on El Molino Ave in Pasadena. This is a pretty upscale neighborhood, and you don’t usually see furniture out on the street there:

The other find of the day was this pair of leather couches in Arcadia. Again, this is an upscale area, so I guess the quality of the abandoned furniture is correspondingly higher: