High to Low: Porcelain Stools

Seen everywhere at the moment (including the HomeGoods store, the big box DIY warehouses and not forgetting the coral version in yesterday's post), no one seems ready to declare ceramic side tables "out". At least nobody has left a comment to that effect... yet. So here are three uniquely modern versions that range from astronomically expensive to the very affordable



High to Low: Porcelain Stools
For the really modern home, the miss t porcelain stool by Philippe Starck for xo from Unica, resembles a giant coffee cup. Available in gold $1,070.00 or platinum $1,165.00.



High to Low: Porcelain Stools
Three versions of Silver Stool: Double Cone, Hexagon (above) and Ridgedge by French Designer Francois Bernard from Beach Dwelling retail at $450 each. They also sell a basic White Modern table for $150 that would look great paired with a couple of grey Adirondack chairs on the porch of a cottage on the shore.



High to Low: Porcelain Stools
Decal Square Drum Table from West Elm. Silver and white decals on porcelain make for an unusual accent piece that would work well in many interiors. On sale $159.



What do you think? Do you prefer these as side tables or garden stools? Do you crave the modern or is a Moroccan inspired or Chinese stool more your style? Or are you over this trend already?

High to Low: Porcelain Stools

High to Low: Porcelain Stools

High to Low: Porcelain Stools

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