A True Hollywood Stool: The Freddy by JANUS Et Cie

Dangling, bent, or wrapped around; whatever your barstool sitting preference, a solid stilted chair fits every shape and size. Is it any wonder then that bellying up to the bar with friends or relaxing onto a local coffee bar with a newspaper are some of the most pleasurable seating we experience all day?

Freddy barstool. Designed by JANUS et Cie.

Cheers to JANUS et Cie, a leading indoor and outdoor lifestyle furnishings company – who attended NeoCon at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago earlier this year – who came out with the Freddy barstool. Based in West Hollywood, CA, they are a 32 year old company situated in the epicenter of a highly-competitive area. With an emphasis in hospitality, they have maintained an innovative focus from the start. Due to their ability to stay on the cutting edge of contract furniture, they continue to create fun designs right out of their 175,000 square foot production facility. Being that they stock so much inventory, entire projects of any size can be outfitted with almost immediate shipping. In the pressure-filled industry of manufacturing furniture for projects on major deadlines, JANUS et Cie is a company that has mastered the relationships in corporate, site, hospitality, residential, and retail sectors worldwide.

More specifically, the Freddy barstool is an indoor stool created using chromed tubular steel as it’s base. The ergonomic seat of the unarmed barstool is made from natural wood. The design has five hollowed cylinders, like miniature port holes, through its core. Strong and elegant, the Freddy is a modern barstool designed for high traffic areas. It measures W 17″ (43 cm) x D 17″ (43 cm) x OAH 30 1/4″ (77 cm).

Choosing thousands of floor tile and wall art options can be overwhelming when weighing out what’s hot and what’s not during the planning phase. With a knowledgeable company like JANUS et Cie that works with your schedule and your eye for shining new designs, a barstool like Freddy is an unexpected detail that takes the overall effect to an entirely new level.

Posted August 5, 2010 by Sonja Hall

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