Home Stool
  • The home stool is a quiet object, it is unassuming and something easy. It works, it is a working object, it can be a table when it needs to be. It’s stable but movable, just like the feeling of home. It’s the extra seat at the table for the unexpected guest at dinner. It’s the single step ladder or the mountain top for the inventing child. It’s there to take your weight and does not complain when you favour the armchair.

     

    This stool is here to help you see that the space around it is home.

     

    The design of home stool takes inspiration from forms described by artist JB Blunk.

     

    His works sculpted in redwood, ceramic and stone - his jewellery in ivory, gold and brass and his drawings in ink and acrylic all use forms that seem to embrace each other with soft kisses, one element meets another in a flow of material. Like a tailor whose needle effortlessly welds the fabric, his magic is in balancing negative forms with the weight of the individual.

     

                     

     

    Each stool is made by hand from solid ash wood at my South East London studio.

     

    10% of every stool purchased donated to The Magpie Project, Supporting mums and under-fives in temporary accommodation in Newham, London.

     

    The stool is made to order, so please allow between 14 to 21 days between making an purchasing and shipping.

     

    The timber is from sourced from a trusted timber merchant with certificates from both The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), to ensure the wood is sustainably and ethically sourced.

     

    If you have any questions about any aspect of the work please do get in touch.

     

     

    Home Stool

    £350.00Price
      • Made from Ash
      • Dimensions (WxDxH) : 37.5cm x 36cm x 45cm
      • Weight : 8kg
      • Finish : Natural Hardwax Oil
      • Care : Wipe with a damp cloth then dry, over time the stool can be re-oiled to ensure it lives a long life.

       

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