The Dokkaebi Stools are sculpted as round stainless steel objects, which are naturally mirror-polished. 8 different gradient colors, representing the pine tree forest in different seasons, were repainted on the upper part of each cyndrical tube. By getting the mirror impact of the inferior side showing the bordering area, the designer develops the affective impression that the tinted tops are floating in the middle of the air.
As well as one more from Residence of Turquoise easy turquoise bar feces bring some much-needed color to the stunning cream cabinetry in this kitchen Similar to the one above, these bright blue-green bar stools showcased by Carla Aston make this already extremely brilliant white kitchen area actually pop.
Stone Foam Stool by developer Matthijs Kok looks difficult yet it is unexpectedly soft as adding clay grains as well as pigment to liquid soft foam offers the increased foam a raw stone texture. Throughout broadening, the rock foam takes control of the form of the mold. The clay granules are saturated from the casting as well as hereafter the rock texture appears. So, do not let the chair deceive you it’s as soft as a baby’s backside!