Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of,” where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “Stools” and we’ve got loads of them.
In every material possible and for every decor imaginable, stools sit at bars, desks and around kitchen islands. So pull up a seat and check out some of the coolest stools we’re finding on Krrb.
Bertoia Bar Stools in Newport Beach, California
A set of three classic stools stamped with the Knoll certified stamp.
Find them on Noelle’s Corner. $600.
Reclaimed White Oak and Metal Stool in Chicago, Illinois
This combination industrial and natural stool looks great in an urban or rural home.
Find it on Dendro’s Corner. $165.
Rocketship Bar Stools in Pasadena, California
Amazing one-of-a-kind retro bar stools look like they’re straight out of a 1950s diner.
Find them on Arroyo Artifacts’ Corner. $800.
Flint Steel Stools in Brooklyn, New York
The seats line up square to the bar and feature a wide base and industrial look.
Find them on Robvanwyen’s Corner. $250.
Maple Slated Stools in New York, New York
A set of three slatted bar stools are in the style of Arthur Umanoff and made of wrought iron frames with solid maple slats.
Find them on Artifacts Twentieth Century’s Corner. $750.
Concrete and Copper Stool in Charlotte, North Carolina
This stool’s creator includes a how-to link in his listing so you can DIY one of these cool items.
Find it on Rack22′s Corner. $40.
Bar Stools With Shaped Seat in Washington, DC
Art and function come together gracefully in these zen-styled stools. A low shelf adds a sly storage space.
Find them on Mokuzai Furniture’s Corner. $450.
Bongo Drum Stools in Madison, Wisconsin
Certainly a conversation piece, these stools are perfect for a Mid-Century party room.
Find them on Unearthed’s Corner. $675.