Inviting Furniture That’s Low to the Ground – New York Times

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What’s more relaxing than a place to sit just inches off the floor?

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CreditPhotograph by Patricia Heal. Styled by Theresa Rivera

Clockwise from left: Alex Akopova for Bernhardt Design Zip chair, $1,835, bernhardtdesign.com. Anna Karlin curved chaise, $20,400, annakarlin.com. Konekt Thing stool, $3,215, konektfurniture.com. Nicola Gallizia for Molteni&C Domino Next pouf, $1,915, molteni.it.


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CreditPhotograph by Patricia Heal. Styled by Theresa Rivera

From left: For Reference Pyr floor pillow, $3,200, thefutureperfect.com. Robert Stadler for Carpenters Workshop Gallery Irregular Bomb, $110,000, carpentersworkshopgallery.com. Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset Togo, $5,375, ligne-roset.com.


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CreditPhotograph by Patricia Heal. Styled by Theresa Rivera

From left: Jeffrey Bernett for B&B Italia Landscape chaise longue, $5,165, bebitalia.com. Missoni Home Sparkly Virgola chair, $2,895, abchome.com. Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto for Paola Lenti Nido pouf, $2,219 ddcnyc.com.


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CreditPhotograph by Patricia Heal. Styled by Theresa Rivera

Clockwise from bottom left: Salem van der Swaagh pillow, $510, suiteny.com. Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois Bubble curved bench, $3,565, roche-bobois.com. Toshiyuki Kita for Cassina Wink chair, $6,930, cassina.com. Arcade Avec Rasta pouf, $1,495, abchome.com.

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Retouching: Anonymous Retouch. Digital tech: David Chow. Photo assistants: Karl Leitz and Caleb Andriella. Set assistants: Brian Downey, Pavel Marosin and Kristen Distler from Mary Howard

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