Let’s begin with the trendy and also the glossy! Today’s blog post was influenced by the diverse table setup below, a cactus-themed breakfast developed by Workshop DIY and also Sugar & Fabric in partnership with Lowe’s. The patterned powder-coated steel "stools" are in fact plant stands (from Lowe’s), repurposed as feces with the aid of some grips contributed to the bottom. Imaginative, best?!
Grass is the name of brand-new collection of Stools made by Jean-Marc Attia from Marron Rouge in France. The top of the feces is in recycled synthetic grass somewhat cushioned with foam. The edge of the seat is in denim canvas, feet are eucalyptus wood. I think, this is a good idea to bring a nature touches and remind on your own of spring.
Produced by Spanish designer Pepe Cortés in 1991 for the Huge Ben Discotheque, the hip bar feces has made a smooth change into contemporary cooking areas over the last two decades. Its chrome-plated tubular framework and refined seat mixes balance and grace with a fun and lively allure.