SB 8.18.26

yajamānaḥ pramudito
 darśanīyaṁ manoramam
rūpānurūpāvayavaṁ
 tasmā āsanam āharat
Word for word: 
yajamānaḥ — Bali Mahārāja, who had engaged all the priests in performing the sacrifice; pramuditaḥ — being very jubilant; darśanīyam — pleasing to see; manoramam — so beautiful; rūpa — with beauty; anurūpa — equal to His bodily beauty; avayavam — all the different parts of the body; tasmai — unto Him; āsanam — a sitting place; āharat — offered.
Translation: 
Bali Mahārāja, jubilant at seeing Lord Vāmanadeva, whose beautiful limbs contributed equally to the beauty of His entire body, offered Him a seat with great satisfaction.