While some Americans still dream of suburban McMansions, a preference to collect experiences versus things has prompted many others to downsize their living quarters. But going small (or tiny) doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice comfort when giving up square footage. You just have to get creative.
One such creative solution is the Ollie Chair, a weather-resistant and ergonomic piece of “kinetic furniture” that flattens down to a width of 2.25 inches when not in use. Store the oiled-teak Ollie on your wall as a piece of art and the $300 price tag doesn’t seem so high.