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The Lace Footstool by Benjamin Graindorge is Inspired by Japanese Wrappings

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: ligne-roset-usa & design-milk
The Lace Footstool provides a playful place for people to rest their feet on. Unlike standard poufs that do nothing for the decor of a living area, the Lace Footstool is chock full of fun details that elevate it from a behind-the-scenes piece of furniture to something that could stand front and center in any home.

Designed by French designer Benjamin Graindorge for furniture manufacturer Ligne Roset's latest collection, the Lace Footstool by the Japanese wrappings as evidenced by the rope threaded around the base. Despite its name, there is no lace involved in the overall design, but it does have a delicate appeal due to the use of calm pastel colors. The Lace Footstool is full of personality and can be used as an extra seat or to hold a tray. Stats for Playfully Roped Poufs Trending: Older & Mild
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