Inspired by Scandinavian-retro design, mixed with country bohemian and industrial chic vibes, PIB‘s furniture collection has all the makings of modern style. “The industrial furniture at PIB consists of robust and timeless pieces, featuring worn metal and sturdy woods,” says the press release. Most of the furniture is heavily inspired by the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, and offers a modern interpretation of these distinct time periods.
The patinated woods give the furniture an earthy, country feel, and the antique coloring, with the occasional unusual hue, adds an element of unexpected charm to each piece. The outdoor furniture is prime for a spring or summer gathering with friends around a bonfire, and evokes a cozy, laid-back feel that adds to the sense of nostalgia inherent in the furniture.
Both whimsical and practical, these chairs, stools, and benches are bound to bring together any room and fit in with your existing home décor. They almost make us excited about spring cleaning, even if it means clearing the way to make room for another new chair.
Multipl’s Chair in antique yellow is a stackable, lightweight metal chair that follows the original 1920s design by Joseph Mathieu. The vintage yellow patina gives it a distinctive hipster-meets-bohemian look, and would work well in either the kitchen, playroom, tech room, or an outdoor setting. The Lateque Industrial Seat is an example of another unusual standout piece that looks as though it belongs on a theater stage, but could work well in a study room or library in the home.
One thing is clear: these laid-back seating designs are refreshing revitalizations of classic throwbacks just in time for spring.