Richard Hutten, a Dutch designer, has based his Clover 3 and Clover 4 stools on the shape of so-called lucky four-leaf clovers. The Clover stools are so named because of the shape of the seat. The seats pinch inward where the legs join them, giving the overall appearance of clovers.
The difference between the Clover 3 and Clover 4 stools is simply that the former has three legs while the latter has four. In either case, the stools are able to stack on top of one another, making them convenient to bring out when extra seating is necessary.
Hutten is releasing his Clover 3 and Clover 4 stools through Taiyou & C, a Japanese furniture and design brand. The stools will be offered in two colors of wood: walnut, which is a darker shade, and oak, a light wood.
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Richard Hutten's Clover 3 and Clover 4 Stools Come in Two Tones
- By: Joey HaarJan 2, 2017