Designed by Leon Ransmeier for Danish design company HAY, the Revolver Stool rotates a full 360 degrees. It features a circular seat and a clean, simple design available in either bar or counter height.
Designed by one of the founders of the Danish Modern movement, Børge Mogensen in 1959, the oak and leather Spanish Chair has become an iconic and exceedingly comfortable piece of modern furniture design.
Portland, Oregon’s Tanner Goods makes honest & functional leather products. The Nokori Folding Chair is a fine example. Combining hand-rubbed mahogany and thick, sturdy Chromoexcel leather, this chair is both good looking and super comfortable. Available in 3 shades: Chicago tan, Rich Moc, and black. via
British furniture designer Jake Phipps is the artist who created these bullet-casing stools. Available in brass or silver finish, they’re made of lightweight, durable polycarbonate and stand about 18-inches tall. You can also get custom configurations made like a bench or platform for a glass-top table.
With a design inspired by your beer gut, this stool from award-winning furniture-artist Damien Gernay features a soft, pudgy seat of black leather and hardwood legs.
Instead of sending these old helicopter parts to the smelter, they’re being upcycled by a German designer into one-of-a-kind stools that retain their vintage, battle-worn patina and original markings.
Constructed of solid ash, this handcrafted chair combines old school Dutch design with classic tattoo culture. The chair design allows for adjustments and multiple configurations, making it a versatile addition to any decor.
The Buoy Chair moves like you do. It tilts one way then another, it swivels; it leans in, leans back. Whatever you’re comfortable with. You can adjust the height and carry it around by the handles. It’s available in 6 colors with 25 fabric options for the seat.
Here’s one from the “You Might Be A Redneck” file: This handmade bench is built using reclaimed wood from pallets and a vintage tailgate from a pickup truck. NV Custom Furniture makes ’em to order. Choose a Chevy, Ford, or GMC tailgate and pick from their rainbow of paint and wood finish colors.
As you can see in this fine example of quirky craftsmanship from Skate Home, taking the wheels off the skateboard and replacing them with legs made of Canadian Maple transforms a thing that would normally bust your ass into a stylish place for it to rest. Available in black, white, & two natural wood tones. via