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Chairs With Personality

Beautiful places to sit for six different design obsessives.

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THE MODERNIST
$229
CB2, 451 Broadway, at Grand St.; 212-219-1454
Part kitchenette, part backyard deck, the Hippie Arm Chair makes minimalism look easy.


THE CHIC PARENT
$295
ModernTots, 53 Pearl St., nr. Water St., Dumbo; 718-488-8293
Ecodesigner Lisa Albin’s Mod Rocker for kids doesn’t sacrifice style for sustainability.


THE FASHIONISTA
$99
West Elm, 112 W. 18th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-929-4464
The Scoop-Back chair lends requisite quirk for the label lover with a cramped budget.


THE CLASSICIST
$750
The Conran Shop, 407 E. 59th St., at First Ave.; 212-755-9079
The cane-seat Carimate chair helps bridge a room’s hodgepodge styles.


THE NATURALIST
$139
Pottery Barn, 1965 Broadway, at 67th St.; 212-579-8477
Pottery Barn’s rugged but stylish sea-grass-and-abaca chair brings some outside in.


THE INNKEEPER
$248
Anthropologie, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, at 50th St.; 212-246-0386
The painted wood Madeline chair looks comfortable in either cottage or condo.


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