Nanook bar chairs embody a myth from Inuit culture and tell a story while you leave yourself to its comfort. In the middle, enjoy this comfortable Malay velvet chair in with legs in black lacquer, placing it as center piece in your modern home decor.
Park Place Bar stools by Yabu Pushelberg for Avenue Road. You don’t see this rose-copper finish often. The little curves at the corners are beautiful. This is architecturally stunning. Architectural, yet still pretty. It’s a great scale—it’s weighty, which is important, but also nice and slim. It’s sexy even though it’s so structured.
Atlantic Bar stool by O&G Studio. The adjustable seat back is fabulous. The seat back is engineered in such a way that not only does it tilt back and forth, but a knob allows you to lower or raise it for the perfect fit. And the little detail on the foot rail is great.
Bride’s Veil Bar stool by Phase Design. The upholstery is c.o.m., so you can juxtapose different fabrics against the smoked-brass finish. The finish feels very solid and it’s lovely how those vertical lines continue all the way up the back. These type of bar chairs are so amazing that they can be used to complement your living room chairs if you are thinking about creating a home bar in your living room.
Puerto Stool by Innit. This is surprisingly a comfortable chair. The seat comes in lots of colors, and you can get the steel frame in black.
Hampton Barstool by Bungalow 5. These modern chairs could hold their own in a large room. It’s got presence. And there’s a heft to it—it’s not going to blow away.
Source: Elle Decor.