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This stool is quite simple and low key, then all of the zhush comes in the zigzag of the seat. Simplicity is always good, especially if you follow the "less is more" credo.
We'd love to set our martinis on this gorgeous table! It would also be perfect for a stack of books beside a corner chaise.
How cute is this for kids? It's so much fun to involve them in decorating, and they'd get a kick out of these every day.
Decorative Pumpkin Stool
Society Social is relatively new to the bar cart scene, but it's definitely my favorite source. Their carts will add a glamorous flair to your home.
Tea for two — or maybe more? This Italian bamboo and red glass tea cart in the manner of Gio Ponti — another design icon — is an unusual design from the midcentury modern period, especially because of the red glass.
This is an old favorite of mine. Aptly called the Spoon stool, color reigns supreme in this unique design.
Called the Ribbon stool (for obvious reasons), this design is cleverly handsome. Also available in several different colors, one of these would be the pièce de résistance around an eating or outdoor bar area.
Smoke Arlo Stool
The chunky construction of this high-gloss stool makes it a statement piece. The cutout in the seat also makes it easy to move around.
I would love to see these director chair bar stools in a cottage-style kitchen. Or do you a have filmmaker in the family? These would be a perfect fit.
Such a cool piece, this stool's forward motion, or "flight," is elegant and also a bit menacing. You can take a seat from any angle, stack them up and even use it as an unusual side table — just place a small tray across the seat to create a level surface for drinks or decorative items.
These are made out of solid wood and moose antlers and were designed by Rick Owens, the fashion designer. No doubt these are a tad art brut in concept, but if you are the type that sees furniture as art and not simply in a practical vein, these are wonderful. Personally, if I had a house in Aspen,...
We think of large bar carts as glitzy pieces for fancy dining and living rooms. But add a hint of mint, and this rolling source of fun is perfect for any place, from patio to playroom.
Block Side Table, Mint Green
These stools designed by Tom Dixon feel at home in the colorful house or make a statement in a soft-tone palette. Either way, I would love to have one for my studio!
This metal, geometric stool with a leather seat caught my attention for its style and functionality.
How handsome is this creative bar stool? With its colorful avant design and clever integration of the various sections of metal, I think it is pretty fabulous. This baby could fly solo or in a bunch, depending on the application.
The prettiest little stool you will ever see, this would be beautiful at your dressing table or in your living room as extra seating.
If stacking 'em up is the goal, then this stool is the answer. Available in white, anthracite, green and mustard (my favorite), try three different colors to mix it up a bit.
I love the architectural quality of this stool. Its dense arrangement of fluted wire rods gives it quite a rigid look, but it's softened and warmed by the chocolate padded leather seat. It's a great piece for a space that could use an edgy kick.
For serious mobile service, this has three serving options in one. Use it as a unit, or remove the tray and shelf to use separately — I can see that double shelf being handy for cooling trays of muffins. The slatted teak is homey and rustic, though not too cottage-y thanks to the cobalt splash on...
Trick Serving Table
Take a seat. I like these metal stools for indoors and out. To sit upon or stack things on, they're an all-around good thing to have.
Replica Tolix Stool, White
If you like a more industrial look to your service, this one's all about the metal. The trays appear a bit clinical, but some fine crystal stemware will add a little life and sparkle.
Klino Trolly Table
Designed by master architect, glass artist and furniture designer Alvar Aalto in 1935, this simple stool was inspired by his experiments with bending plywood. Shown here in white laminate, the seat is available in birch veneer, or in black or red linoleum.
I love the shape of this Saarinen-style table. The marble effect on the top brings it to a whole new level of chic.
Welcome to the machine age in bar stools. Although somewhat severe looking, this stool would be great in an office — think architecture firm, or dot-com start-up, etc. — because the seat converts to a small table.
Take a pair of midcentury modern stools and perk them up with some zebra skin hide, or even a zebra print fabric, and you've changed something ordinary into something extraordinary in your home.
This design has been described as a Roman chariot crossed with Alvar Aalto’s iconic 901 serving caddy, which seems apropos. It’s such an unexpected sight that it may serve equally well as sculpture, especially in this chalky white version. It would be ideal for a minimalist space, either left as is...
Chariot Mobile Table
This metal café table would work wonderfully in a breakfast nook or in a small apartment as a dining table.
If you can score an entire lot of matching vintage crates, create a wall grid with them for one eye-catching storage piece. I love the idea of storing your shoes in these wood crates — the solution would look neat in a mudroom. UK shop Bailey Home & Garden sells these vintage crates, but they're...
Statuary is often misinterpreted for Calacatta or Carrara marble. It's got more gray than Calacatta and a whiter background that Carrara. Beautiful here as a mini-herringbone and would look great as a bathroom floor or behind a stove in a kitchen.
We love rain showers, who doesn't? This Lacava has great lines and a generous spray pattern for those long, soaks in the shower.
Every modern office looks sharp and clean, until you check out the floor. Messy cords and power strips clutter the floor. With this slick little box, all you need to do is slip your power strip in and close the lid. I'm sold.
These old wine crates with chalkboard fronts would be ideal to keep files or stacks of paper. I love that you can label and stack them in different ways to create interest.
OK, so maybe this doesn't need to go in your kitchen, but summer movie nights won't be complete without a popcorn maker.
This 1992 glass and steel design is on the low side for a traditional trolley, but it’s certainly not compact. At nearly 7 feet long, it’s a more than substantial piece that would be best used as a table when not being called on to serve.
Frame prints of places you know you need to return to. Nothing serves as a better daily reminder to save up than the art on your walls.
This furniture style butchers trolly is a great way to mobile functionality to a kitchen-storage and a workspace with the classic walls on the butcher block for all types of prep work, butchery or not. Wire baskets and wine storage as well, with lockable casters.
Pangbourne Butcher's Trolley
My mother always said that if you don't tell people what you expect from them, they'll never know. This poster won't leave anyone guessing.
This is a great stone for a mudroom or entryway. Ties in well with wood floors and is so forgiving in showing dirt and other sins.
Simple, clean line pattern. Love how the color resembles concrete! This would look great on a wet bar backsplash or the walls in a shower.
All the variation and beauty shows in Calacatta when it's in little mosaic tiles. It look completely different in larger tiles or slabs.
I've always appreciated the round version of this chandelier by Ochre, and have to say that I find the wave model just as chic and attractive. This could be the perfect light fixture for your oversized, live-edge wood dining table.
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