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Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Modern Chairs for Kitchens is the interior design trend for 2022 we will be covering today! Kitchens are made to create lingering moments, passing memories and family traditions. Being a highly functional space, it usually requires a highly functional design and furniture, however, comfort and sophistication should not be forsaken.

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Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Ibis are beautiful birds known for their long slim legs. Just like IBIS Counter Stool, an elegant seating solution. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish, this kitchen stool with backrest has an aged brass nailheads trim. It will be the focal point of any home bar design.

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Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

A semi-desert area in South Africa was the perfect environment to be the inspiration behind KAROO Swivel Counter Stool. With a unique design, seating upholstered in velvet and a swivel base in brushed aged brass matte, this stool is sure to impress, whether in a home bar or as a kitchen stool.

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Nuka is a glacier in Alaska known for its sublime beauty. NUKA Counter Stool came to life inspired by this magnificent natural monument. Upholstered in velvet and legs in glossy black lacquered, this kitchen stool with a curved back will make any home decor.

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and luxury. BOURBON Counter Stool embodies this opulence through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish. This fabric chair makes up any refined ambience.

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

CAYO is an elegant and luxurious counter stool by BRABBU, has its name after the Cuban Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea.

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Symbol of knowledge and rebirth, Nº20 Counter Stool was raised through a long journey of 24 prototypes. This fabric chair, upholstered in twill and with legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish, features a nailhead trim that adds subtle sophistication. Full of strength and determination, it is sure to impress.

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

Nanook is the master of bears, the one who decides the luck of the hunters in the Arctic regions. NANOOK Counter Stool blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal. This kitchen bar stool with a backrest has a strong presence balanced with the elegance given by the golden nailhead trim and the button detailing on the inner back. It features legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish.

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Interior Design Trends 2022: Modern Chairs for Kitchens

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