You might remark that a great deal of lumber material appears to have gone into the Turned Stool, yet you'll be delighted to learn that this lovely seating object has been manufactured using eco-friendly techniques. Jeff Martin Joinery uses offcuts from bigger creations with which to assemble these backless chairs, stacking the pieces, turning them and laminating them to establish a sense of solidity.
The simplicity of the timber seat is sweet enough, yet the Turned Stool is rendered even more enticing because it comes to resemble a scaled-up honey wand. Practically speaking, the petite perch presents the user with a pedestal-style shelf, enabling him to stash all sorts of small possessions, whether the seat stands near the door, the table or elsewhere in a home.
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