Edo Stool

$1,750.00$2,000.00

The Edo Stool is part of our Asian-influenced Edo Collection and displays all the traits that set the line apart – from its substantial, reverse-tapered legs to its slender, hand-carved crested ridge. Made of hand-finished hardwoods, this stool’s craftsmanship is every bit as evident as its form, with gently-carved curves from top to bottom, and a profile that is at once simple and bold.

Made to Order

Please select from the options below to create a piece made just for you, standard lead times of 10-12 weeks apply.

Cherry
Walnut
 
Clear

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Product Information

SKU AC-BS
Dimensions

25" Seat Height: 32"H x 19"W x 18"D
27" Seat Height: 34"H x 19"W x 18"D
31" Seat Height: 38"H x 19"W x 18"D

Wood

Cherry, Walnut

Seat Height

25", 27", 31"

Designer

David Moser

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Description

Crafted to leverage the beauty of solid hardwoods, the Edo Stool is comprised of the elemental. Durable, hand-shaped legs start wide at the bottom and taper to their tenoned junction at the seat to form a firm, unyielding structure. Artfully curved spreaders are situated on all sides, providing both strength and a comfortable resting spot for the occupant’s feet.

The seat of the Edo Stool is carved from thoughtfully matched cherry or walnut to naturally fit human contours and to expose the beauty of the wood’s dense grain structure. The seat is supported at its base to ensure its long-term integrity – while adding a flourish of subtle aesthetic appeal.

The Edo Stool’s back legs extend past the seat and finish in the seat’s artful, curved crest – an Edo Collection signature. The backrest provides added comfort for longer meals, and long kitchen conversations.

Despite its intentional mass, the Edo Stool’s simplicity lends it a sense of lightness and purpose. Available in a variety of heights and designed to fit easily beneath a counter, the stool’s footprint is economical, allowing several stools to fit easily in a smaller kitchen setting.