June 10, 2014


Inspired by vintage kitchen step stools of the 1950s, this piece is a stunner. And a functional one as well. While sturdy enough to be used as a step stool in the kitchen or playroom, it also makes an attractive and practical side table for the living room or bedroom. Slotted panels in the stool’s two rungs can be slid up to display books, or pulled down to store tools and keep other objects discreetly out of sight. And even though the stool is made of wood, there is no eco guilt involved. The piece has been handcrafted from 300-year-old Nanciton trees that were felled during the destruction of Hurricane Felix in 2007. Designed by Aaron Poritz, sold here.


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