Indulgent and exquisite the Fjord High Bar Stool is for those who wish to pamper themselves with the very best. The lightweight stainless steel frame and the comfy leather seat of the Fjord Stool promise opulence that is only topped by its sculptural form and visual appeal.
So super bright and colorful bar stools in the kitchen — how do we feel about them? The answer to that question undoubtedly depends on everyone’s personal style and tastes. If you go for it and get tired of the color you chose after awhile at least you can easily switch them out for something else that’s different or even a bit easier on the eyes!
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.
Redecorating the kitchen does not require you to go out of your way to find attractive furniture instead all you need to do is secure a set of fashionably attractive bar stools minted with a minimalistic charm. With nothing more than a steel base and a circular seat the stool above is a fabulous choice for kitchens that demonstrate an industrial vibe.
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.
If you want a special bar stool for your kitchen try to research the best available options. This is a good example of a creative bar stool from Phase the Life After Corkage Barstool that you can see below. Made from recycled corks the bar stool offers an alternative to bar stool design.