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3 Contrasting Bar Stools Perfect for Cocktail Hour

These three bar stools will transform your kitchen counter into the chicest bar in town

By Designlines

Here are our favourite bar stools from around Toronto.

1 Bardot by Gabriel Scott, $2313, at Hollace Cluny

The Canadian-born duo behind Gabriel Scott handmake furniture pieces in Montreal, drawing on their architecture, industrial design and jewellery-making background. The Bardot bar stool invites you to sit with a combination of brass, copper, nickel and black steel elements.

2 Phillips by Jader Almeida for Sollos, $4974, at South Hill Home

The structure of this corkscrew shaped bar stool makes height adjustments easy, with a sturdy carbon steel, brass or stainless steel frame. We’d sit on its solid wood seat anytime.

3 NA8 Norm by Norm Architects, $850, at Mjölk

Thanks to the combination of materials like powder-coated steel and solid oak, which lends it a Scandinavian flair, the four-legged Norm Bar Stool fits seamlessly in bars and hotel lobbies as well as your space.

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