I modeled this chair from a collectible piece of dollhouse furniture. The cylinders for the cushions are all the same size. I simply duplicated the cylinder and then overlapped each one, adjusting the angle. To make the curved armrests, I used a cylinder and a half sphere. I then used two box tools to remove almost half from each side of the cylinder/sphere group. I was left with what looked like an upside down "U". So, I duplicated the "U" and decreased the width slightly. Then I turned this smaller "U" into a hole tool and grouped, which left a hollowed out shape. I fine-tuned the armrest, using a box tool to cut the legs to the desired height. I used Tinkercad for modeling and printing.

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