Its the fourth and final installment of The Life of a. . . series.
We’ve covered a mid-century modern chair, a tufted couch, a purple chevron rug, and now a ceramic stool.
You’ve probably seen these stools around, perhaps with outdoor furniture. But did you know these type stools are great additions inside as well? They are the perfect size for an end table. You’ll see how these stools can move from inside to outside with ease!
A master bath is a women’s retreat! I’ve always needed a low profile chair or stool of some sort to place a towel, book, or glass (water or wine depending on the day). This ceramic stool is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Here a mint bathroom, with plenty of relaxing ambience, takes shape. Mint is very on trend this year and its the perfect hue to relax in style. What woman wouldn’t love a new robe, bath salts, candles, and pretty jars?
A ceramic stool is a great option for a bedside table, especially when you may not have an entire bedroom suite to work with. This particular stool compliments the geometric day bed and modern office furniture. The traditional bedding plays off the stool’s pattern and compliments the day bed. If you work from home and need a guest space using a day bed + a simple desk and accessories can allow for one room to have two functions. Bedside as well as typography are great final touches.
This ceramic stool can also be used outside. Here this patio furniture set doesn’t come with coordinating end tables, so adding in a stool is great for both form and function. You can use it as an end table or for extra seating when needed. The floral pillows are from the same line and pick up on the color scheme. The black lanterns and cream ceramic flower pot coordinate well, while the outdoor rug adds a little texture and rounds out the patio scheme.
So this is it! For the past month we have seen how 4 different items can take on completely different personalities.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this series as much as I have. I love when I see clients use similar items in completely different ways.
Whether you are inspired by magazines, HGTV, or home tours you can put your own spin on anything. With the right elements, your design puzzle can come together no matter what your style.