Nine to Know | Leather Bar Stools

  • Introduce supple texture and craftsmanship to the kitchen counter with our nine favourite leather bar stools.

    Bringing warmth to a stone or concrete kitchen benchtop, our leather bar stools edit combines the functionality and comfort of leather with the aesthetic and artisanship of local and international makers.

    This feature originally appeared in est Magazine issue #40

    The Fredericia Spine Stool is an unorthodox spin on a conventional leather bar stool. Designed for a Michelin starred restaurant in Copenhagen in 2011, the Spine stool taps into new Nordic style.

    Lauded Danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen designed the three-legged Fritz Hansen High Dot Stool in the 1950s, inspired by the classic bistro bar stool.

    Iva Stool Grazia&Co

    One of our top ten products in 2020, the Iva Stool from Grazia & Co is an exemplar of Australian-made design. The Iva stool has a smooth leather seat and tubular backrest; a combination of curved and straight, soft and striking.

    The De Padova Rea Bar Stool was designed in 1956 by architect Paolo Tilche. It is described as rigorous, modernist and eclectic, with leather sheeted seats and a matt black painted steel structure.

    David Thulstrup designed the curvaceous Font Light Bar Stool for Møbel Copenhagen. The ‘font’ furniture collection refers to an array of typologies with varying thickness, interconnected through a design language evolving from circular geometry.

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