Stools

Miura Stool by Konstantin Grcic–on sale

A bit different than your average stool, and probably much more forgiving as far as comfort is concerned. Stackable and outdoor friendly makes it a wise buy.

“Committed to the principles of aesthetic simplicity and frugal use of materials, Grcic designed the innovative contours of the Miura with comfort and function in mind. Made from a single reinforced polypropylene block, these versatile stools can be used both indoors and outdoors and neatly stack atop one another.”

Made in Germany

Represented in the MoMA COLLECTION

Size: 32h x 18.5 w x 15.75″l

Purchase Information:

Price: $450.00
Availability: Buy Miura Stool by Konstantin Grcic–on sale here

Lismer Stool by Gus* Modern

The Lismer Stool has a very casual modern feel to it.

Solid oak construction.

Purchase Information:

Price: $219.00
Availability: Buy Lismer Stool by Gus* Modern here

Falter Folding Stool

Reposting because it’s now $120 down from $198! I love these and I want a couple to hang on the wall for all my impromptu parties.

“Folded a million times in testing, the Falter Folding Stool is uniquely durable for such a lightweight form. The material used in its manufacture is 3F board, which is a foldable material made with a pliable middle layer between two wooden boards. This middle layer acts as a sort of swivel pin and allows the Stool to be made without hinges. The Falter Stool opens with just one hand, quickly providing a sturdy seat that holds up to 300lbs. When the versatile Stool is not in use, it folds up to a thickness of less than an inch and can be stowed in a cabinet or hung on a wall. ”

This innovative design received the Friedrich-Sulzer Design Award in 2002, the Sächsischer Staatspreis for Design in 2003 and a nomination for the Federal Award for Design in 2004. The 3F board material has also received accolades, including the Federal Award for an outstanding innovative handicraft achievement in 2003.

Available in black, red and white.

Purchase Information:

Price: $120.00
Availability: Buy Falter Folding Stool here

Rook

Part table and part seating, the Rook is handcrafted from bamboo, which is layered and pressed bamboo.

Purchase Information:

Price: $549
Availability: Buy Rook here

Mingshi 16×10 18h Stool/Table

This simple little stool works well in a bedroom as a sidetable or in spaces where you could use multiple seating options.

Purchase Information:

Price: $149.00
Availability: Buy Mingshi 16×10 18h Stool/Table here

Albero (Wood Table/Stool)

If you’re a fan of large chunks of wood that seem to fit into modern interiors quite well, here’s a table/stool that qualifies as interesting. They’re made from fallen trees, so they are environmentally friendly, and, since they are put together by hand, the natural characteristics are preserved.

Natural oil finish.

22″ dia. x 12″ h

Available in maple, walnut and acacia.

Purchase Information:

Price: $1025
Availability: Buy Albero (Wood Table/Stool) here

Cado Table or Stool

Originally posted back in ’07, this smart storage stool deserves another look.

The multi-faceted metal frame provides a sturdy table surface and doubles as a portable stool. The exterior of the table is covered in high-quality black leather which adds a level of warmth and luxury to the overall design. Remove the top half of the table and reveal a storage compartment for magazines, DVDs and other incidentals.

Design: Matt Carr
Dimensions: 18.5″x18.5″x18″
Materials: metal frame with leather exterior

$399.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $399.00
Availability: Buy Cado Table or Stool here

Strass Stool

Woven metal strips form a sturdy stool with a powder coated finish.

Designed by Michelle Ivankovic 16.75 x 17.5 x 17.5″ (43 x 44 x 44 cm).

Purchase Information:

Price: $165.00
Availability: Buy Strass Stool here

Museum Stool

This portable, stackable, birch plywood stool was designed for the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam.

h44cm

More information:

View Museum Stool here

Rolha Cork Stool

Since this stool is from a renewable cork harvest, you can rest assured that you are supporting sustainable resources.

“…in a marriage of material and form, the Portuguese collective Bleach Design pays homage to the first and most common use of cork – the bottle stopper. This one is re-sized to make a stunning and practical stool. Hardwearing and comfortable (due to the inherent slight “give” in the cork) and at home in any environment, the Rolha stool is the perfect combination of decorative, function and wit.”

Size: 15″w x 18″t

Purchase Information:

Price: $390.00
Availability: Buy Rolha Cork Stool here

Tatami Stool

This Tatami teak and rattan stool is perfectly understated and functional.

Seat height 18”.

Purchase Information:

Price: $296.99
Availability: Buy Tatami Stool here

Mario Bellini: MB 5 (table/stool)

The MB 5 can be used as a side table or stool, and since it’s made out of self-cushioning polymer, there’s some comfort provided as well. Indoor or outdoor friendly.

Recipient of the MATERIALICA Design Award, IF Design Award and Red Dot Award.

Size: 14.13″h x 22.06″w x 20.88″d

Purchase Information:

Price: $200.00
Availability: Buy Mario Bellini: MB 5 (table/stool) here

Context Furniture Narrative Rocker Stool

Here’s a great simple piece with nice lines, with both hardwood and plywood incorporated into the design.

Designer: Bryce Moore, Kerry Moore
Dimensions: 18″ L x 14″ W x 18″ H

Purchase Information:

Price: $570.00
Availability: Buy Context Furniture Narrative Rocker Stool here

Capelli Stool

The Capelli Stool for Herman Miller is made from molded plywood with an ash veneer is an elegant and simple piece that would be perfect for on-demand seating in your home. Light and easy to transport, this would be nice in a library/office or in a living/dining room. What’s more, the stool separates into two halves and stack nicely away in a closet.

Awarded “Silver” in the Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) of 2002.

15.5″ w | 13.375″ d | 17″ h

Purchase Information:

Price: $449.00
Availability: Buy Capelli Stool here

Max Bill: Ulmer Hocker Stool

Stool, table, tray, or shelf? It’s up to you.

“New official authorized version, from the famous Vitra Design collection. In cooperation with Hans Gugelot, Max Bill designed the Ulm stool in 1955 for the interior of the Ulm School of Design. This piece of furniture can be a seat, an occasional table, shelf or portable tray all in one. Stamped signature.”

Material: Natural pine, lateral bar and base strip made of beech.

15 5/16″W x 17 2/8″H x 11 5/16″D, Seat Height is 17 2/8″.

Purchase Information:

Price: $260.00
Availability: Buy Max Bill: Ulmer Hocker Stool here