Funny Tail Stools by Y Zin Chang

Many of the animals have a tail. Monkeys, cats, dogs, horses, lions, foxes, whales and even the birds have such part of the body. Perhaps you cannot believe it but at a certain point of our development, when we were an embryo, a tail was part of our body too.

Funny Tail Stools by Y Zin Chang

For the animals the tail has a certain purpose like it assures them the equilibrium of their body, make them aware of certain sounds or the presence of other animals around, help them to climb the trees or sometimes it seems just a decorative item.It seems that the designer Y Zin Chang was inspired by all these aspects and created some funny and colorful Tail Stools.

The Tail Stool has an interesting design and balances on a small, flat surface. It creates the illusion that the sitting person has a cute tail which looks like that on of a dragon. Its curly end seems to be useful too. Here you may hang up your purse, a bag or something like that while you may enjoy a nice glass of something.

Funny Tail Stools by Y Zin Chang

Funny Tail Stools by Y Zin Chang

These types of stools can look great at your personal bar at home and can bring some color and a joyful atmosphere to your interior. For a public bar they are wonderful as clients will be delighted and curious to take a sit on these cute Tail Stools.{found on yankodesign}



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on October 6th, 2011

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