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Ever worry that your kitchen just isn't yellow enough?

Or, you know, lacking in any major pop culture references? Well fret no more as Thailand-based design firm 56th Studio have created a set of chairs that are based on The Simpsons. Cue instant interior improvement.

Each of the seats is also cleverly proprtioned for the family member that it corresponds to, giving Lisa the most uncomfortable one of the lot. Serves her right for being so damn clever.

No confirmed word on when they'll be available to us normals though. We'll keep you posted.

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