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18 Times Restoration Hardware Went Too Damn Far

An $800 chalkboard? Is this real life?

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2. The time they tried to sell you a bunch of blank books for $125.

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"During the French Revolution, reading was forbidden in order to prevent the spread of rebellious stories about the monarchy. During that time, printers produced couverture muette or 'mute books' – books with blank covers – to avoid detection. Paying homage to those historic 18th-century tomes, these exquisite books are entirely crafted by hand, from the torn paper and simple cover boards to the naturally stained linen bindings and timeworn labels. The only difference? The pages within are blank."

Nope. But if you really want some blank books, here's a DIY version that costs like zero dollars.

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17. When they said this faux fur sleeping bag for children offered "unsurpassed snuggliness" and chose and chose to call the color 'Wolf'.

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