10 Trendy Bar And Counter Stools To Complete Your Modern Kitchen - Inside Interior Crowd

10 Trendy Bar And Counter Stools To Complete Your Modern Kitchen

Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
by Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
March 10, 2016

Considering the amount of time that we spend in the kitchen and how it is the perfect gathering spot for the entire family, it is imperative that you get the seating options spot on. Picking the right bar stool or counter stool can not only alter the ergonomics of your modern kitchen, but also add to the visual aesthetics as well. Considering the wide range of choice that is out there, Decoist has brought together 10 kitchen stool designs that promise to steal the show. While some are timeless classics, others are contemporary delights that elevate the style quotient of your kitchen to a whole new level!

  1. Series-7 Stool:Series-7-Stool-in-cool-black We kick-start our collection with the gorgeous Series 7 designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955. The stylish curves of the seat are still as captivating as they were nearly six decades ago. An ideal choice for cool contemporary kitchens, the stool’s minimalist form along with the chromed steel legs blend in with nearly any setting. Offered in a wide range of colorful hues and finishes, the Series 7 kitchen stool can also add accent color to a neutral space with ease. Available both as a bar and a counter stool, this fabulous find can be yours for $811 from Design Within Reach.
  2. Onda Stool: Colorful-farmhouse-kitchen-with-the-Onda-Swivel-Bar-StoolThe tantalizing Spanish flavor that the Onda stools bring is unmistakable and apparent! Designed with a sense of flair by Jesús Gasca in 2006, it is quickly gaining popularity as one of the hottest kitchen stools on the planet. Its wave-like form brings geometric contrast to the modern kitchen that is filled with clean and well-defined lines. Bold yet minimal, this bar stool is all about bringing in a trendy modern look. Starting at a price of $344, the Onda counter stool oozes sleek sophistication!
  3. LEM Piston Stool: Subtle-curves-of-the-popular-counter-stoolsThe popularity of stainless steel kitchen countertops and utensils obviously means that a kitchen stool with a solid, trendy stainless steel base will always be popular. The ravishing LEM Piston Stools seem to draw most of their charm from their unique silhouette. Bought to life by the Japanese team of Shin and Tomoko Azumi, these kitchen stools with luxurious leathers seats ($865) have quickly become a staple among many high-end modern kitchens and restaurants.
  4. Bertoia Stool:Bertoia-Bar-Stools-add-a-mid-century-modern-flavor-to-the-room Classic and timeless, the beautiful Bertoia bar stool adds a hint of industrial charm to your kitchen while ushering in the Mid-Century modern vibe. The wiry frame of this is popular chair and barstool was described by its maker Harry Bertoia as a sculpture that is mainly made of air! It definitely adds textural contrast to a kitchen that is dominated by stone and glass and complements your kitchenware perfectly. Do make sure you get one of these with the right seat pad to avoid that chilling metal on cold mornings!
  5. Bombo Bar Stool: A-colorful-look-for-the-kitchenAnother bar stool that instantly puts a smile on your face and rolls in the good times is the vivacious Bombo. Designed by Stefano Giovannoni in 1997, this luxurious swivel bar stool showcases sleek Italian design coupled with chic refinement. Almost awaiting your presence, these colorful bar stools are great for those looking to add a hint of retro or industrial charm to their kitchens. At $750 a pop, Bombo in white or black adds a lavish urbane vibe to your kitchen without appearing mundane.

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Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd

Claire is the Content Manager at InteriorCrowd. While she was studying Film and Media at Queen's University, she worked as the Photo and Media intern at Dwell Magazine and fell in love with San Francisco's design community. After graduating, she returned home to the Bay Area and joined the team at InteriorCrowd.

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