Looking for something quirky and retro for your bar chairs? Retro furniture, in general, is all about digging into the past eras of design styles and choosing the ones that you loved the best, and that’s what we did.
Here’s a selection of bar chairs that we think that can fit perfectly into your tastes 🙂
Kelly Bar Chair from Essential Home
The whole shape of the chair can give you the impression that you just walk into a 50’s or 60’s bar, on the other hand the golden base and feet of the Kelly chair can made you feel that you are on a 50’s …very luxurious bar. The shape of the back support is made to endure and be comfortable, that could be translated into hours spent at the bar, enjoying a cocktail or two.
ERIK BUCH Model 61 Stool
Retro inspired bar stool designed by Danish Erik Buch.
Iconic stool designs are a perfect addition to any international interior. Solid wood construction and true Danish craftsmanship.
Available in oil finish Walnut or clear lacquered Oak and a choice of Klassik Black, Tobac, Creme, Altweiss, Slate, Pistachio, Cuban Red or Poppy leather. MADE IN DENMARK.
Beetley Stool, by Jaime Hayon
The Beetley Collection was inspired by the body shape of beetles, offering a pleasing contrast between the soft fabric and the lacquered steel frame. The Beetley is available in seven styles – sofa, armchair, dining chair, bridge chair, small bridge chair, loveseat, and stool – and is customizable in all formats, with a choice of fabrics and leather for the upholstery.
Torii Bar Stool | BENSEN
The Torii stool is an addition of the Torii chair collection, available in Bar and Counter height. Like the chair, the design is simple yet sophisticated and defined by its characteristic arched backrest. Its minimal appearance and simple construction hide a surprising amount of comfort and sturdiness.
The name Torii comes from the characteristic wood entrance arches of Shinto shrines in Japan, which translates into English as “bird perch”. This motif perfectly describes the stools distinct proportions and traditional joinery, and the sense of harmony and calm inherent in design that is beautifully resolved.
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