Installation Gallery

Reece Barstool

Designed by Square Feet Design

The coolest restaurant in Atlanta is not a restaurant. In fact, it’s a small 14-seat stall in Atlanta’s hot Krog Street Market called Recess. Recess serves up veggie forward dishes and a healthy dose of design. Pink and navy Reece Barstools pop against the blue bar while colorful custom pop art makes the perfect backdrop.


Reece Barstool Recess At Krog Street Market, Atlanta

Half Hurdle Chairs & Hurdle Stools

Designed by

Burger 99 is a retro-inspired diner heavily influenced LA's streetwear scene. The interior balances minimalism with a sense of nostalgia. The modern restaurant chairs and stools are finished in a vibrant sky blue and complimented by the white oak seats. A must visit space with amazing food! 


Half Hurdle ChairsBurger 99, Los Angeles

Half Hurdle Chair

Designed by One Design Office

Merah, a new Malaysian street-food restaurant in Melbourne, pairs traditional rattan wall coverings with tropical pinks and banana leaf greens as a nod to its Malaysian roots. Hurdle Chairs, designed by the Aussie group Dowel Jones, and modern architectural lines create a successfully minimal, yet meaningful space.


Half Hurdle ChairMerah, Northcote

Hurdle Barstool

Designed by Therefore Studios

Designers, Therefore Studio, found a perfect balance between modern details like the furniture and aged aspects, like the worn cement floors and exposed ceiling. At one point, this space was a prominent car manufacturing facility, and now it’s home to a rotating round-up of 80+ food trucks on a monthly basis.

It also features our Hurdle barstools.


Hurdle BarstoolWelcome To Thornbury, Northcote

Sir Burly

Designed by Studio-Gram

With room for almost 200 diners, the third location of Melt is by far their largest yet. Situated in a laid-back coastal suburb of Henley, this restaurant features stunning seaside views and a muted palette of colors and textures. Designers Studio-Gram drew inspiration from the sea and sand to create an atmosphere that invites customers to relax and enjoy, successfully achieving a contemporary, beachy interior.


Half Hurdle Barstool and Sir Burly BarstoolMelt, Australia

Merano Barstools

Designed by Design, Bitches

Located in East Nashville, Little Octopus serves up vegetable and seafood dishes brimming with color, texture, and flavor. The design is equally as palatable, dreamt up by the LA-based design firm Design, Bitches. Taking hints from the Carribbean menu, the overall restaurant design uses pops of pink, sandy neutrals, and and even a gold octopus mural. Design, Bitches opted for a mix of classic and modern restaurant furniture including the gorgeous Merano barstools that flank the bar. 


Merano BarstoolLittle Octopus, Nashville

Sherman Chair

Designed By Collected Interior Design

Sun kissed and vibrant, Boss Rambler Beer Club is unlike any other brewery we've seen to date. Colorful furniture pops against the white ship-lapped walls and natural wood floors. Sherman Chairs, Sherman Barstools, Brady Backless Barstools and Orbit tables are featured. 


Sherman CollectionBoss Rambler Beer Club, Bend

Harper A-Frame Chair, Fully Upholstered

Designed by Gray Skies Distillery

Grey Skies Distillery tasting room features a sophisticated, industrial-inspired design. To achieve a hand-built, time-worn space, they chose classic materials, upholstered booths, and a neutral yet rich color palette of rust, grays, whites, and black. Rich camel-colored leather Harper barstools and chairs line the bar and dining space. The leather adds a cozy, lived-in feel while the quartz pedestal tables and mid-century-inspired Andy table keep things sleek.

See the entire space here.


Harper A-Frame ChairGray Skies Distillery, Grand Rapids

Hugh Chair

Designed by B. Berry Interiors

Traditional restaurant design is often synonymous with dark woodwork or boring, muted color palettes. While this restaurant's color palette is muted, it’s anything but boring. Buff, earthy tones and barely-there blues and grays act as an elegant counterpoint to the rustic wood floors and tables. Classic furniture, like our Hugh chairs, get a fresh treatment with cerulean finishes. Traditional design, done right. 

See the entire space here


Hugh ChairThe Royal Tern, Charleston

Reece Barstool

Designed By Helios Design Group

Opting for a more modern look, Night Shift Brewing’s Lovejoy Wharf location in Boston proper is superbly drenched in color, making it one of the most photogenic, modern breweries we’ve ever seen. Reece Barstools featured.


Reece CollectionNight Shift Brewery, Boston

Brooke Chair

Designed by Patrick Thompson Design

Patrick Thompson Design set out to create a restaurant that felt familiar, elevated, and authentic. The materials seen throughout this space are a mix of muted tones and soft linear textures intended to stand the test of time. The furniture blurs the line between modern and nostalgic. 

It also features our Sadie Chairs and Barstools


Brooke ChairFriend & Associates, Detroit

Leo Chair

Designed By Stacy Whitworth

Neon colors, modern furniture, and an actual indoor slide make Electric FeelGood one of Austin's most memorable bars.  Leo chairs featured.


Leo ChairElectric FeelGood, Austin

Brady Chairs

Designed by Gensler

Designers wanted to create a warm, inviting place with bold, sunny colors and natural materials. Bright yellow Brady chairs and custom-engraved table tops take the brand beyond the walls and packaging to create a modern space that reflects the diversity of the communities Everytable serves.


Brady ChairEverytable, Los Angeles