Anyone wishing to be incredibly successful in business eventually has to look inside and ask themselves if they're willing to put in the endless hours of hard work and research necessary to achieve their goals, and, if not, what suckers are already doing that so you don't have to? Building their business model on the success of someone else's: MyKea.
Straight from the lands of Nether, My's "saying no to naked furniture" with their collection of easy-to-apply decals designed to fit the big I's biggest sellers, so hopefully they taste delicious on meatballs. To get funky just select the product you'd like to modify (a growing collection of bookcases, coffee tables, and bed frames), then choose your preferred design via categories including color scheme, comics, abstract, and nature; your goods'll arrive as a series of small panels, which're applied with water, dish soap, and a spatula, a MacGyver-esque trio that will just make your apartment look like the bomb. Current steez runs from a geometric kaleidoscope-style pattern in gradients of grey, pink, blue, green, and yellow, to a paint-splattered Pollack homage, to a profile of an enormous tooth-gnashing shark, to a black and white diamond pattern covered in skull & crossbones, because most of the skeletons in your closet began on your bed anyways.
If you think you've got the chops to design your own they'll gladly take submissions, meaning everyone can admire the endless hours of hard work that qualify you a total sucker.
Published: October 26, 2010 at 4:00am EDT
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