$1,725.00 - $2,075.00
With its refined styling, thoughtful use of sustainably harvested hardwoods and welcoming upholstered seat, the Harpswell Stool provides an upscale, contemporary look that works well in both modern and traditional kitchen settings. The European-influenced Harpswell Collection’s themes transition to its namesake stool, with slender legs, a steam-bent side and rear spreader, and a solid crest that calls attention to its striking natural grain.
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25" Seat Height: 37"H x 17"W x 21"D
Knoll Venue K1558/1, Knoll Venue K1558/9, Knoll Venue K1558/10, Knoll Venue K1558/12, Soliloquy K14581, Riverside 0500, Riverside 1180, Riverside 1610, Riverside 2675, Riverside 9500
25", 27", 31"
The Harpswell Stool demonstrates our belief that comfort and beauty can exist together. When designer Tom Moser first explored the collection in his home workshop in Harpswell, Maine, he aspired to a form that leveraged both substance and space.
This design ideal is evident from every perspective. From its straight, hand-finished front legs to its curved rear legs – which extend to support the crest – the Harpswell Stool is a statement in minimalism. Even the chair rails, including a steam-bent curve that supports both sides and back, and a front rail situated for resting feet, are studies in utilitarian beauty.
Upon reaching the seat, the choice of upholstery seems both deliberate and appropriate. Covered in either fabric or leather, the cushion forms a welcome contrast to the natural wood frame, while providing plenty of comfort.
The stool’s crest is carved from a solid three-inch block of cherry or walnut and is joined meticulously between the extended back legs to form a perfect contour for its occupant, making it a welcome resting spot for meals, homework or conversation. Each crest is an individual canvas, and no two are alike. When the seats line up together the effect is stunning. We’ve added our skill as joiners of wood, but nature has held the paintbrush.
Light in both profile and practice, the Harpswell Stool fits beneath a counter and integrates with companion stools to make the best possible use of precious kitchen real estate.