When you picture a bookmark, you probably visualize a slip of paper that can be tucked in between the leaves of your novel. The BookMark Stool is a great deal larger than these tiny items but it helps to perform the same task.
Seung Hyun Lee's endearing seating object is formed from what appears to be a single panel, bent into an arc in the middle, creased more sharply to serve as feet, then given another set of folds to create a comfy surface for your bottom. It's that first bowing form on which you can splay your reading materials.
Keep your magazines and hardcovers open to your current page by resting them in the middle of the BookMark Stool. You can also store other literary items within the legs of the chair.
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