What about a chrome stool to complement the legs of the butcher block? You could play with upholstery to offset or reflect the green of the walls, or keep it neutral... perhaps change it up later if you want to look at new colour schemes, meaning a guilt-free purchase of a higher-end design if you like. Backless stools could sit under the block as well, meaning you have more space when nobody's sitting on them. Plus there's nothing like a swiveling stool to bring out the inner child!
Apartment Therapy - Good Questions: Are The Lime Green Stools Too Much?
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