The speakeasies of the 1920s were by nature, sparse in furniture and design. Enjoying a drink while perched on an industrial look barstool was de rigueur. Its speakeasy-style, but the look is up-to-date today! Modified steel tubing with hand-cast aluminum base. Padded seat with cross-stitched leather. Comfortable and very cool!
You love to hang out at Harry's Bar in Singapore, with its long expanse of polished mahogany and stools, brass rails to lean on, and above all its Singapore Sling and Bloody Maries. Admit it, this bar can't and shouldn't be replicated at home.
The design of our tall brasserie accessory goes back to the late 19th century when bentwood furniture was developed in Vienna and exported across Europe and the rest of the world. Timeless in style and sturdy in construction, many have survived ages. And this hand-made barstool will follow the same tradition when handled with love and care.