Made from quality timber offcuts and 100% natural fillings these stools are designed to offer modern design with minimal waste.
Foam, dacron, spray glue and massive staples have been replaced with cashmere hair, wool, calico and minimal use of 6mm staples to create useful pieces of contemporary furniture without the footprint of mass produced high street stuff that can't be re-upholstered and ends up in land-fill when it reaches the end of it's short life.
The frames are made with waste offcuts by a local joiner who specialises in making traditional timber staircases and windows - they're super sturdy and will withstand busy family use!
Upholstered in beautiful, recycled cloth by British textile designer Beatrice Larkin. This fabric is ace - it's got a 25k rub count making it suitable for domestic upholstery, it's made from 100% recycled cotton and the double face weave makes it really economical to use + Beatrice is a small, independently run UK business - just like me!
46cm high x 38cm diameter but available in a wide variety of sizes.
Available as a made to order piece from £350 inc fabric.
Allow 4 weeks for production.
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