We have all come to know and love the iconic ghost chair by Philippe Starck. It never ceases to amaze me that this chair works in literally any setting. I think that's what I love about ghost furniture in general. Whether it's made out of glass or acrylic (lucite is a form of acrylic), the beauty of this furniture is that it fits into any style of decor and ever so quietly does its duty without commanding much attention.
|Valentina Gonzalez Wolhers|
Unless you turn them into art. Valentina Wolhers clever use of acrylic draping creates the shape of this ghost chair and the outcome is both surreal and inspiring. Since these chairs are dramatic in appearance, they would most definitely be noticeable in a room!
|via House beautiful|
|Carrie Leskowitz Interiors|
|Kishana Perera via Myles of Style|
It's hard to see the furniture, right? That's the point. It is the perfect option if you don't want to take up any visual space in the room.
Here are some other clever "ghost" pieces ~
How dramatic is this fireplace? You know what they say, sometimes it's what you don't see that's exciting, or is that sexy? Either way...
Here are a few great resources if you are interested in bringing a little ghost furniture into your life ~