Originally, metal bistro chairs at the beginning of the 20th century were made stackable to facilitate the work of barmen. Then, gradually, this model became a more practical element, the stackable stools were made stackable to facilitate storage and transport. Low stools or bar stools will adapt without difficulty to loft interiors. Near a high table (for bistro stools) or as an additional seating area in a retro lounge, these stackable stools will prove extremely practical, enhancing the style of the room. Enjoy a variety of finishes to find what suits your interior best, whether it is metal patina, matte black, or a colourful version, often featured in restaurants and loft interiors.
Often made of metal, these stackable stools are as easy to store as they are comfortable. With a high kitchen surface, a high-bar stool will be the perfect complement to allow you to enjoy a meal in a small group. Presenting no problem if you need to move it, free up space, or even stack many in one corner of the room when guests are visiting. It is easy to do so, despite their height. The same applies to low stackable stools, which can be stored in seconds. These too are also often metallic, and will serve as a minimalist bedside table as well as a high seat in the living room. Riveted metal is not just an aesthetic bonus, it is also a guarantee of solidity and durability. Durable and of high quality, this material will not lose its original appearance over time, and it will withstand heavy loads without difficulty.
The riveted effect of some models also brings an authentic style that will be appreciated by lovers of industrial deco. Nevertheless, these seats are versatile enough to be used in many situations depending on the finish. A white painted wooden scandinavian stool, for example, will be perfect in a modern or Scandinavian decor.