Making the most of Open Plan Living

Open plan living spaces have continually become more popular over the fast few years and in kitchen dining rooms; breakfast bars are a prominent feature. Our range of bar stools at Modish Living are a great way of making the most of your open plan living arrangements.

To blend trendy mental frames with your kitchen design is a brilliant way of adding an uber contemporary look channelling the hugely popular architectural design style.

The Trondheim Retrosit Swivel High Stools are a fabulous choice for achieving adding this style in an understated way. The blend of the natural wooden seat and rounded black steel frame would look simply stunning in any kitchen whether your current style is very classic or ultra contemporary.

The Pair of Trondheim Wooden High Stools are an even more simplistic way of bringing a trendy loft style into your kitchen. Taking influences from Scandinavian design, the Trondheim Stools are modern and simple. The combination of the thin steel legs and wooden seat base would look super sleek at your breakfast bar or even around a raised dining table.

For a more classic style, the Pair of Raw Light Oak Tall Stool is perfect. Crafted from raw oak, these stools would look divine in a luxury kitchen diner. The combination of the sturdy light oak and effortlessly chic design ensures a timeless look sure to provide you pleasure for years to come.

The Tall Cow Hide Retrosit Bar Stool would certainly make a statement in your kitchen. Their unique style is right on style with cowhide remaining a constant feature in modern homes and trendy home design magazines. In any kitchen from farmhouse chic to ultra contemporary design, the Cow Hide Retrosit Bar Stools act as a fantastic eye catching centrepiece to your kitchen design and provide a stylish seating option.

To view our full range of bar stools please visit our website. For any questions please contact us.

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

Charlotte Blackmore, Blog Editor

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