Many are the material symbols of one’s fine personal tastes that speak more boisterously than bank statements, more significantly than stock portfolios.
We tried lighting cigars with $100 bills. It didn’t feel good. We wept as we realized we’d just literally burning two-months’ rent, sent the two strippers in Duane from Accounting’s lap to the hospital with singed weaves (poor Cinnabon and Skittles), and earned a lifetime ban from Tootsie’s Cabaret.
Fortunately, Makastool Macaron Stool designer Li Ving has a much less wasteful idea: flaunt your finery by virtue of where you sit your fanny down – in this case, resting one’s butt atop a handcrafted seat in the likeness of a lightly delicious French pastry.
Each stool is fashioned from plywood discs that support a Macaron-like cushion in one of four colorful “flavors” crafted in faux leather and stain-repellent microfiber.
Come on. You’re sitting on French food. How much more fancy must one be? Bon appetit!