Bar stools are a type of seat that creates an informal atmosphere, whether you're drinking an aperitif or enjoying a full dinner. The height and location right next to the counter, and close proximity to the barman allow you to socialize more directly and personally with the person mixing your cocktail and people sitting near you.

It’s no coincidence that the term "living room" includes the word “living”. It’s certainly one of the liveliest rooms in your house, the one where a whole host of different activities are carried out and where people interact the most.

A comfortable seat where you can relax after a long day at work is one of life’s luxuries, but it’s also one of the furnishing elements frequently chosen by clubs and hotels to enhance customer comfort.

If you're about to read this article you almost certainly know the term "Contract Furniture" or at least you’ve heard of it and have wanted to know more. But if you still don't know what it is, don't worry, because we’ll explain everything from scratch.

Furnishing a new or recently renovated home is a delicate task, as there are many variables to keep in mind, chiefly personal taste and the needs of those sharing the living space.

Finding the perfect furniture for a hotel, bar, or restaurant is an adventure filled with obstacles to tackle for those managing public spaces, but there are smart solutions that save money and time.

The versatility of some furnishing elements lets us use them in a variety of environments, giving them a specific character.

A modern armchair is the classic example of an item that can be used in countless settings while always meeting the need for comfort with an eye on style.

During long days of work and obligations, we need to take a moment to relax – perhaps even more than one.

A coffee break, an informal lunch, a family dinner, enjoying a nice film on the telly – in all these routine situations where we try to leave our worries behind, we’re eating and drinking.

Workplaces are no longer grey rooms with neon lighting that drain all the energy from their employees. Rather, they are well-finished environments where the effect colours and objects have on the human psyche is taken into consideration.

On entering a house or a restaurant, the eye is sure to fall on a wisely placed modern designer dining table. It is a pleasure to touch the surface to feel the precious material under the fingertips or to spend a few moments observing the meticulous details.

More and more often, those who choose designer tables try to enhance them by leaving them in plain sight, instead of covering them with very elaborate tablecloths or mise en places.

When sitting at a table to enjoy a meal in the company of friends or family, the comfort of a chair is a detail that is often unconsidered, but if the seat is uncomfortable you notice every little flaw: it’s creaky, it's unstable, it's not ergonomic.

Talking about modern dining chairs not only means focus on the design of the objects and, therefore, on their aesthetic characteristics, but also an in-depth study of the comfort they must give back to users.

Designer stools are furnishing elements that can truly make a difference. These are emblematic components that instantly bring to mind a counter at a bar or restaurant, but are often also used in workplaces, as well as seating for islands and peninsulas in home kitchens.

Hearing the words “modern chairs” might only bring to mind minimalist and elegant designs, but here at Albaplus, we love merging aesthetics with comfort and sturdiness. Indeed, in the products page of our website, you will find our mantra: “designer chairs and sofas for everyday comfort”.

Let’s start by answering a question: what are ergonomics? It’s the science that studies how to improve the relationship between humans and functional objects.

Chairs are one of the furnishing elements that must combine comfort and design. They come in every type and material, but the ones to pick, in general, must be both beautiful and functional.

Colour is one of those elements that, through our vision, strikes us all the most. We constantly make choices, consciously or not, that depend on the colours with which objects, foods, clothes are presented, as well as rooms, places, and even our own home’s furnishing.