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Manhattan Stools: Care to Stay for a Drink?

by Hazel Chua
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I first heard of Manolo Blahnik and Manhattans from the hit show Sex and the City. In fact, one of the reasons why I’m so into shoes (but not so much into alcohol) is because of that show, which I love but which my bank account hates.

Manhattans were also one of the first cocktails I ever tasted, alongside Cosmopolitans and Martinis. I prefer non-alcoholic drinks these days for many reasons, but Manhattans will also have a special place in my heart. And now you can even cordon off a small area in your home for them, too, in the form of these clever Manhattan Stools.

Manhattan Stools

These Manhattan Stools are great for use in both indoor and outdoor locations. The most obvious location to place them are near the bar, of course. These chairs feature a steel structure with a polyurethane seat, and were designed by Itamar Harari for Italy’s B-Line.

Manhattan Stools

You might want to drop B-Line an email if you want pricing and purchase information for these stools.

[via Craziest Gadgets]



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