Many times, the most unassuming pieces of furniture have the greatest visual impact. Take the barstool, for instance. Without the bulk of an armchair or the multifunctionality of a table, this humble piece of furniture can still become the star of a well-designed space. Below are only a few examples of barstools that are as inspiring as they are unique.
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Created by Ibebi Design, the Bongo swivel barstool is a modern seating piece that retains a certain playfulness in the design. Its construction manages to appear both svelte and weighty, which, combined with solid colors that go from neutral to vibrant, gives this piece great visual impact. The stool is made of recyclable material.
While not necessarily a barstool, this Boggy Chan seating piece is part of the “Sweeties” series that also includes a “biscuit” table. Recreating the look of the beloved cupcake out of sustainable polyurethane, the design succeeds in calling forth warm feelings associated with the image of the mouthwatering sweet treat. The height of the seat is adjustable.
For a more stylized look, the Serous barstool by Michael Stolworthy creates the impression of a fluid design and an almost organic growth of delicate lines.
Noon by Archirivolto Design seems to have found the answer to all the required functions of a barstool and bring them together in one piece. The backrest and footrest are organic extensions of the seat and give the piece a cohesive look.
Finally, more traditional vibes come from this acrylic barstool with a soft cushion. The look is elegant and sophisticated, but the transparency of the base keeps it light and perfectly suited to contemporary spaces.
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