How industrial stools are taking over

How industrial stools are taking over


Posted 22nd JuneHOMESTYLE PROMOTION

The industrial theme has been dominating interiors for a while now, with brass, silver and copper all proving to be the dominant materials of choice

Whether it's at some chic city bars or modern office spaces, everyone is after a piece of the action.

The modern, edgy and eye-catching trend seems to be everywhere we go, with the style getting bigger all the time. The most popular design to make its way across all interiors is without a doubt, the bar stool.

Industrial stools come in an array of shapes, sizes, colours and materials, but don't feel overwhelmed - there will be the perfect piece for every place, and here are the tips on how to choose the right one for you.

Firstly, consider the space it's intended for; if you're after a small basement bar, sleek legs and darker shades will suit the environment best. Alternatively, if you want versatility, Cult Furniture's Weston swivel stool features an ash wood seat, so it will double up as a stylish bedside table.

If you're looking to revamp the kitchen area, the Moda is a beautiful choice thanks to the sculpted seat and sleek metal legs, which come in four metal finishes: Copper, gold, chrome and black.

Lastly, the Atlas bar stool provides a nod to Art Deco design with its fancy footrest, something which works well in hotels, bars, clubs and commercial spaces alike.

Regardless of the bar stool that catches your eye, be sure to style it alongside furniture and accessories that suit the theme - how about statement lamps, gold ornaments and hairpin dining tables?

You can find out more by visiting the Cult Furniture website






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