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10 Easy Pieces: Leather Barstools

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10 Easy Pieces: Leather Barstools

Alexa Hotz October 21, 2015

We’ve been taking note of a new crop of barstools with leather seats and backs. Maybe it’s the next leather sling chair or woven lounge chair or maybe it’s a renewed interest in quality saddle leather. Either way, we think this one is here to stay. Here’s a look at what’s out there. 

Above: BDDW’s Square Guest Stool has a solid wood frame (walnut, white oak, maple, or cherry) and a distressed leather seat and back in natural mulled leather (shown) or dark mulled leather. Contact BDDW for pricing and availability.

Above: The Butterfly Bar Stool in Danish oiled walnut and leather is designed by Autoban for De La Espada. Contact De La Espada for pricing and availability.

Above: Casamidy’s Selle Stool is made of lacquered tubular iron and has a saddle leather seat and back. Contact Casamidy for pricing and availability.

Above: Designed by GamFratesi, the Tall Beetle Bar Stool is available in an array of colored leathers; $1,465 at The Future Perfect.

Above: From Garza in Marfa, Texas, the Saddle Leather Barstool is available in natural (shown), dark brown, or black leather and can be matched with a natural steel or colored steel base. Prices start at $980 for the natural leather chair.

Above: From Sol & Luna, the Giron Bar Stool is handmade in natural, brown, black, or red leather on an iron frame; £385 ($594.59) at Different Like a Zoo.

Above: The Roadhouse Leather 30-Inch Bar Stool is surprisingly similar to the Sol & Luna chair above. It’s made with composite saddle leather on an iron frame; $279 at CB2.

Above: From Space Copenhagen, the Spine Bar Stool is made of white- or black-painted oak with a fabric or leather seat; $1,695 CAD ($1,306) at Mjölk.

Above: From 1158 the Lollo Bar Stool is made of top-grain leather in black, cognac (shown), and white at Scan Design.

Above: By Omar de Biaggio, the Bacco Barstool in Leather is a frame of solid walnut or oak with a 3-D molded seat frame that is upholstered in leather; currently on sale for $590.75 at Design Within Reach.

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Counter & Bar Stools

Selle Stool

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