Shaker furniture has long been applauded for its sturdy minimalism, and the Stove chair from Swedish design studio Bla Station and designer Gabriel Tan takes inspiration from those 19th century American craftspeople. The chair-stool hybrid has a simple, elegant design that not only adds utility to one's home, but makes it easier to create extra space in a pinch.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the Stove chair is its inventive storage solution. Rather than stacking, the chair features a single hole in the center of the back, and it is designed to hang up on a wall mount that can be purchased with the stool. By putting the stool up on the wall when it isn't needed, people can free up valuable floor space.
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