The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

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Rachel Ballantine lets users have their own idea of comfort with her minimalist chair that’s so suitably called “The Idea of Comfort.” The uniqueness of this chair lays on the fact that it allows an interaction with the user because of how’s it’s wooden frame was conceived in order to store objects. You can fill the chair frame with any items you feel most comfortable with whether it be blankets, plush toys, pencils, or pillows. I personally would fill this chair with all the adorable stuffed animals I’ve collected from childhood. Hey, my inner child won’t let go.

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