Our Tri-Stool is a stylish piece can be used as a stationary seat or a nice side table to compliment any living interior. The concrete top is an equilateral triangle made using high-strength concrete for crack-resistance. Legs are made using solid walnut wood. (other woods available upon request) Materials and finish: Concrete / Walnut wood Product dimensions: -18 (total width) -15 (seat width) -18 (height) -Made to order (please allow 2-3 before shipping) NOTICE: -Sales are final 3 da...

Tri-Stool/Table made of concrete and walnut wood

Our Tri-Stool is a stylish piece can be used as a stationary seat or a nice side table to compliment any living interior. The concrete top is an equilateral triangle made using high-strength concrete for crack-resistance. Legs are made using solid walnut wood. (other woods available upon request) Materials and finish: Concrete / Walnut wood Product dimensions: -18 (total width) -15 (seat width) -18 (height) -Made to order (please allow 2-3 before shipping) NOTICE: -Sales are final 3 da...

Wood bar stools with backs, like the Eiffel Wood Stool by sohoConcept, are an important comfort element in any contemporary...

Eiffel Wood Stool

Wood bar stools with backs, like the Eiffel Wood Stool by sohoConcept, are an important comfort element in any contemporary...

Banqueta baixa empilhável de madeira maciça ZIG + ZAG Coleção J+i by Riva 1920 | design Sakura Adachi

Banqueta baixa empilhável de madeira maciça ZIG + ZAG Coleção J+i by Riva 1920 | design Sakura Adachi

Hinoki Wood Stools: Remodelista. Really like this & I'm going to make  some myself but for the garden. These are Japanese bath stools made of a water resistant Cedarwood. The tops are angeled toward the center so the water runs off faster to ensure the stools dry quicker. Clever those Japanese ;)

Hinoki Wood Stools

Hinoki Wood Stools: Remodelista. Really like this & I'm going to make some myself but for the garden. These are Japanese bath stools made of a water resistant Cedarwood. The tops are angeled toward the center so the water runs off faster to ensure the stools dry quicker. Clever those Japanese ;)

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