Stools

Stools are the most versatile, fun seats in your home. Some stools can also double as a small coffee table, providing somewhere to display glossy magazines or to rest your feet.

Not only are stools practical, but they can also be used to decorate a room or add a pop of colour. Try placing contrasting stools in front of a fireplace to add depth and make it feel more welcoming. If you have a plain space to decorate, stools can add a sense of character and quirkiness. In a small space, you can put stalls into cupboards or tuck them away, simply bringing them out when you have guests.

The Vitra Cone stool by Verner Panton is perfect for adding a pop of colour to a room, available in a large variety of bold shades. If you like the Cone Stool, take a look at the Cone chair - the stool was designed to match.

The Normann Copenhagen Circus pouf by Simon Legald comes in a variety of colours and is great for scattering across a floor as you would throw pillows. This stool is a modern interpretation of the antique Moroccan leather pouf. It is extremely versatile and can be used as a coffee table seat, a sofa extension or a decorative bedroom feature.

The Hay About A Stool AAS39 by Hee Welling is part of a large series. The curved backrest on the elegant rounded metal frame will instantly add sophisticated to a bar area at home or in a high-end bar or restaurant.

The Gubi Beetle bar chair is another famous stool design, which is well-known for the inspirational beetle-like aesthetics.

The Eames Stool Collection by Charles and Ray Eames for Vitra includes the renowned Vitra Eames stools. These stools were designed in 1960 when the Eames office were commissioned to fit out three lobbies in The Rockefeller Centre in New York. One of the items they used was this stunning solid walnut stooll. 

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