Allow’s start with the stylish and the shiny! Today’s blog post was inspired by the eclectic table setting listed below, a cactus-themed breakfast created by Studio Do It Yourself and Sugar & Cloth in partnership with Lowe’s. The formed powder-coated steel "stools" are in fact plant stands (from Lowe’s), repurposed as feces with the help of some grips included in the bottom. Creative, right?!
Speaking of CB2, the Dot Acacia Side Table-Stools below are also from the prominent contemporary seller. Acacia timber is the material of option for the stunning seat, while steel with an antiqued zinc finish composes the base. Note exactly how the stools are easily mixed with cane chairs for an eclectic search in the dining-room:
Developed by Spanish designer Pepe Cortés in 1991 for the Huge Ben Nightclub, the hip bar stool has actually made a smooth change into contemporary kitchen areas over the last 20 years. Its chrome-plated tubular framework as well as polished seat blends balance as well as poise with an enjoyable and also playful allure.