We kick-start our collection with the beautiful Series 7 designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955. The trendy curves of the seat are still as captivating as they were virtually six decades earlier. An ideal selection for trendy contemporary kitchens, the stool’s minimalist type in addition to the chromed steel legs assimilate with almost any setup.
This residence created by Pedro Ferreira Pinto includes an impressive modern dining-room that’s as sleek as it is industrial. While the feces might seem leather initially look, they’re most likely timber. The comparison between the smooth, warm-hued seat and the black base is fairly striking.
Whether you go light eco-friendly or dark environment-friendly, yellowish-green or bluish-green, the color just looks fantastic in so many circumstances. Tiny Me featured some very beautiful intense green bar stools in a white kitchen area, while Home DSGN reveals a contemporary loft with a touch slightly lighter green for the bar feces at the cooking area island.