The Colored Wrap Stool

Things were never that easy when it came to choosing furniture and more important choosing the right furniture to best suit your needs. If you’re looking towards a youthful approach these stools might be the thing you’re looking for. They have a light weight aluminum frame that wraps around nicely on the thick curved plywood to provide you the best support. The fact that these stools are offered in three different heights makes them very unlikely not to fit in any interior.

The two taller versions have a special feet support that also strengthens the metal base of the chair. Designers thought a lot about what color to paint the frame and also in what color should the plywood be painted. I imagined they couldn’t decide and made a wide range of colors instead.

There are six different colors available for the frame and two for the plywood on top. I honestly like them and although the thin metal bars look very unsecure and unable to outstand a “big load” let not forget that aluminum is almost half the steel’s weight and twice its strength. So if they can make airplanes from aluminum and they don’t fall from the sky I am pretty confident that you’re not going to fall off this stool. I don’t think they will cost much so go for it and let us know how these little beauties created a new focal point in your interior.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on July 9th, 2012


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