A quick google search for bar stools will have you met with replica upon replica… and we can’t be the only ones who are tired of seeing replica Tolix stools absolutely everywhere! So to put a bit more versatility into our lives and to give a shout out to all those amazing Aussie brands, we’ve pulled together six more unique stools for your breakfast bar.
Featuring the bullet-proof combo of marble and timber, the clean lined Marble Stool from Harpers Project is refined and raw. Multifunctional, it can be used as a stool in the kitchen or as a side table in the bedroom. It retails for $299, which is a huge bargain if you ask us!
Available in a range of timber finishes and base coatings, I personally can’t go past the Rex/Gem Stool in black and polished copper. Wow! Made by hand by TUCKBOX for $420, a foot rest can also be added upon request.
Outdoor friendly, the Volley Barstool ($850) from Tait is equally happy sitting courtside, next to all the action, or relaxing on a terrace, soaking up the summer sun. With a zinc-plated steel fame, mesh seat panel and rope handles, it can be powder coated in a variety of UV-stable colours. And for an extra level of comfort add an exterior seat cushion, available in a broad range of outdoor textiles.
Available in orange, black and mint green the Tall Baez Stool from Retrojan features a slender iron frame and inset wooden seat. At $99 a piece, it is the perfect, affordable option for adding a pop of colour to your kitchen.