This home furniture piece is not only simple, but also practical. Loic Bard, a designer from Montreal, designed this wooden stool that represents the minimalism of the Japanese tea ceremony utensils. After he went to Japan in his childhood, he became mesmerized by the rusticity feel that Japanese home furniture gives off. Thus, he created this wooden stool with this feeling in mind. Isn’t it amazing how easily you can transform your childhood reminiscences into reality?
Besides bringing back the rustic atmosphere, Bard also wanted to add to this wooden stool a certain usefulness, in a way that it adds valuable merits instead of only being a stool. Therefore, he made a hole in the stool top that looks like a wide-opened mouth. Indeed, that hole is intended to be used to store a magazine, a newspaper or anything that can be placed neatly in this space. You can call this as being a functional stool, right?
Made from maple wood, this wooden stool looks naturally refreshing, natural oil was used to polish this piece, so this home furniture piece deserves to be considered a contemporary piece of home furniture that can show the idea of minimalism in your living room, terrace, balcony or bedroom. The simplicity of this wooden stool adds a certain variety in your designated room with the perfect vibe of modernity.