To Lighten Up a Space, Try Transparent Furniture – New York Times

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Glass, resin and acrylic options that are anything but opaque.

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CreditPhotograph by Kate Jackling. Styled by Jill Nicholls

Clockwise from left: Piero Lissoni for Glas Italia Wireframe table, $3,355, suiteny.com. John Hogan Ripple tables, $5,000-$7,000 each, thefutureperfect.com. Studio Sabine Marcelis for Chamber Equals chair, $15,000, chambernyc.com.


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CreditPhotograph by Kate Jackling. Styled by Jill Nicholls

Clockwise from left: Germans Ermics Ombre console, $3,200, notsogeneral.la. Sabine Marcelis and Brit van Nerven Seeing Glass mirror, $3,350, mattermatters.com. Wonmin Park Haze stool, $10,500, carpentersworkshopgallery.com.


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CreditPhotograph by Kate Jackling. Styled by Jill Nicholls

From left: CB2 Antonio chair with pillow, $439, cb2.com. Dimore Studio Penta table, $34,775, thefutureperfect.com.


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CreditPhotograph by Kate Jackling. Styled by Jill Nicholls

Clockwise from left: Yabu Pushelberg for Glas Italia Folio desk, $4,156, ddcnyc.com. Coil + Drift Cirrus chandelier, $8,100, coilanddrift.com. Claste How Fragile This Love chair, $10,750, claste.ca.

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Digi Tech: Bryan Tormey. Photo Assistants: Alastair Casey and Brett Seamans. Set Assistant: Mike Williams

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