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The versatile Joe bar stool

Bar stools are actually very versatile. As their name suggests, they are designed to be used as accessories for the bar. However, they also make practical additions to the kitchen. If, for example, you have a kitchen island or maybe even a bar as part of your kitchen décor, some bar stools would be very helpful. They are also useful in the dining room or on the terrace as well as, of course, in public places.The Joe bar stool is particularly attractive because of its simple but appealing look. It has a simple and modern design that features some retro chic touches.

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The Joe bar stool is crafted with a chrome steel frame. It’s very durable and stable. The seat of the stool also has a cozy back. It resembles a piece of an egg shell. It’s a particularly comfortable piece of furniture and it’s also one of the most versatile designs in this category. Moreover, the Joe stool is available in 28 different colors or in a RAL color of your choice. You can choose from a wide range of colors, starting from neutrals such as black and white, continuing with tones such as brown or the classical beige up until more vivid and bright shades.

The overall dimensions of the Joe bar stool are 80 cm x 52 cm x 52 cm x 98 cm. The seat height is 67 cm. Joe is a high stool, wonderful for bars. It’s both chic and comfortable and this makes it a great choice for a variety of locations including private and public environments. It’s a versatile stool that can be customized with your choice of color. You can also choose matching cushions from the fabric collection or you can send your own fabric and it will be custom made for you.The price it’s available on request.

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Posted in Sofa and Chair on March 19, 2012

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Simona Ganea
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