Creating Welcoming Vibes with Bross Stools

Multifunctional islands or decks where you can spend convivial moments around food constitute the relationship space between living and kitchen: often with monolithic aesthetics, they are characterized by pure volumes and precious materials, where every detail-furniture, lighting and accessories-must refer to and harmonize equally with the working area and the area dedicated to relaxation and conversation.

3 Stools That Can Inform a Space

Stools are the protagonists: with a central column or wooden legs, colored, with or without a backrest, upholstered shell, of different heights, they complete the new domestic scenarios, while continuing to set trends in the hospitality world and in bars and restaurants everywhere. Bross offers different declinations of them for indoor environments, with the Cosmo, WAM, path, and Aretha collections, ideal for furnishing residential and contract settings.

Light and contemporary, Cosmo is the collection designed by Marco Zito, defined by the circular outline of the shell and the metal structure, a central column with a black painted or lacquered finish, adjustable in height and equipped with a round base and comfortable sloping footrest. The seat element, swivel and fully upholstered in leather or fabric, is offered with or without a backrest, low, and with soft profiles.

The Wam stool, part of the collection designed by Marco Zito, is born from the interlocking of two upholstered parts, which can be covered with the same finish or customized in contrast. The metal frame, painted black, supports and holds volumes for a seat height of 68 or 78 cm, visually interrupted on the front by a practical footrest consisting of a thin plate in the same material.

A ‘soft curves’ aesthetic, with thick, soft, and enveloping features, describes the Aretha collection, designed by Monica Armani, and the stool that is part of it. The seat and back have thick upholstery, molded and upholstered in leather or fabric, and connect with the solid wood tubular frame, with an important section, which can be selected with a natural, stained, or lacquered finish and in two possible heights. A thin metal element joins the legs and creates a comfortable footrest.

Finally, contemporary design and balanced proportions identify Path, designed for Bross by Carlesi Tonelli. The stool’s seat, in leather or fabric, comes from the combination of a lower wooden profile and lightweight padding that perfectly traces its outline, while the open backrest is ergonomic and comfortable. The frame, available in two heights, is made of natural, stained, or matte lacquered beech, with a bronze-finish metal footrest.


Creating Welcoming Vibes with Bross Stools

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