Stool One, Oak
The Stool One is a three-legged solid oak stool and is our take on a familiar seating archetype. Its simple, hardworking form has informed the style and manufacture of our entire first collection of furniture: Series One
Our stool is a classically versatile object; it can be employed as primary or secondary seating, as an occasional, bedside or sofa table – its always useful to have one around. Made from beautiful solid oak, its three turned legs are attached to the seat using a peg system, which is visible on the seat and provides the stool with a handsome craft-inspired detail.
Materials & Finishes
Solid Certified Oak / Oiled
- Seat Diameter: 300mm / 11 13/16″
- Height: 440mm / 17 5/16″
- Max Base Width: 321mm / 12 5/8″
Free UK delivery over £1500
Eligible for return within 14 days
Our products are made to order in our workshops in the UK and Portugal. Furniture items currently have a 12-week lead time because of delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic, although some items are in stock and can arrive faster. This is indicated against each product as you select your option (this is also where we update the lead time). If you have specific requirements for delivery and would like to know if your order can be delivered sooner, please do contact us.
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You will always find a broad selection of our furniture designs on display alongside a curated edit of home accessories. Our Showroom is currently open by appointment only and please let us know if there's anything in particular you'd like to see during your visit.
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Our mission is to be a responsible, purposeful and useful company that is fit for the 21st century, and our ambition is to sell our sustainably made furniture to as many people as possible.
To do this, we strive to strike the right balance between craft and industry.