Le Corbusier's Petite sofa available at Target? If I remember correctly Corb's furniture doesn't have an airtight licensing situation with Herman Miller or Fritz Hansen or some other biggie, but with free shipping and 15% off you can have one in your living room for almost a third of this version from Bauhaus 2 Your House (about $951 before sales tax):
A pretty close copy and I prefer Targ's stainless steel frame to the traditional chrome. Who cares, you ask, because it still looks like it belongs in a psychiatrist's office? Maybe. Never been a fan of white or black leather upholstery but I'm not against modernizing the modern cliche. For 950 bucks I'd consider going Stephen Sprouse on the white with my own grafitti. Or I still love designer Jean-Charles Castelbajac's 2007 collection for Boussac/Pierre Frey. Check out his rainbow handwriting print (and two camouflaged cuties) at the launch party:
Images via Pierre Frey blog
Why not buy 5 or 6 yards of this fabric or something similarly FRESH and recover only the Corb's loose seat and back cushions? Believe it or not, they're so boxy it could be faked with crisp hospital corners and DUCT TAPE. I've done it! Just don't flip the cushions. Leaving the base and sides white will make any print pop, plus you won't have that icky-sticky-cheap-leather feeling on your skin. So much impact and so much cheaper than professional reupholstery.