Clad in vivacious and rich colors this fascinating bar stool by Moroso will set you back by good … Yup that is a real hard tug on those purse strings but one look at the Fjord stool and you will realize that it is well worth the splurge.
We kick-start our collection with the gorgeous Series 7 designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955. The stylish curves of the seat are still as captivating as they were nearly six decades ago. An ideal choice for cool contemporary kitchens the stool’s minimalist form along with the chromed steel legs blend in with nearly any setting.
One thing I like about stools is that they can double as functional art. There’s no better way to brighten up the kitchen than with a set of colorful somewhat oddly-shaped stools. Instead of choosing cold-looking metal stools and earthy wood seats for your home look for high-gloss plastic ones because these styles are interesting decor experiments that you will be proud of.
Bought to life by the Japanese team of these kitchen stools with luxurious leathers seats ($865) have quickly become a staple among many high-end modern kitchens and restaurants.
When it comes to bright colors sometimes red and orange just can’t be beat. They’ll both bring warmth and passion to your kitchen. The white kitchen below that was featured on BHG uses some very red bar stools plus a few smaller matching accents to dress it up and create that “hot” look!
Created by Spanish designer in 1991 for the Big Ben Discotheque the hip bar stool has made a smooth transition into contemporary kitchens over the last two decades. Its chrome-plated tubular structure and polished seat blends balance and poise with a fun and playful appeal.