This chair seems to slowly shift like waves on a lake gently undulating on a quiet breezy day. It's certainly fitting—the low-lying lounger is made from reclaimed wood from a New York City water tower.
The seat derives elegance from its simplicity. Smooth curves make it inviting, as if asking you to come rest a while. Designed by Bellboy, a Brooklyn-based woodshop started by a former art director, it's natural, yet refined. Rustic, yet modern. And that balance gives it versatility—a nice addition to either your laid-back patio or your sophisticated living room. [Contemporist]