A single magazine can be kept within the thin rounded lip of the Andy stool seat. Three tapered round legs support the irregular-shaped seat, which is available in maple timber do with natural oil or discolored darker shades. It’s a suitable minimalist feces with an all-natural touch, great for a modern-day interior.
Whether you go light environment-friendly or dark environment-friendly, yellowish-green or bluish-green, the shade simply looks great in many situations. Tiny Me included some extremely wonderful intense eco-friendly bar feces in a white kitchen area, while Residence DSGN reveals a modern loft space with a touch slightly lighter eco-friendly for bench feces at the kitchen island.
This stool collection by Montreal designer Loïc Poet was motivated by his childhood years memories of a journey to Japan. Japan is an icon of simplicity of the utensils and also the rustic setting of the tea event, so this stool reminds of that. This wooden feces complies with the natural shape with open mouths that store magazines inside the top.