Deep enough to form a comfortable seat and shallow enough to balance a cup of coffee—that’s how Ray Eames described the depressions on the ends of this sculptural stool that she and Charles designed. That ingenious versatility paired with its geometric good looks and outstanding craftsmanship have made it a go-to in lobbies and living rooms around the world. First introduced in walnut in 1960 as Eames Walnut Stool, its new name reflects the addition of ebonized ash and the process still used to manufacture the stool.
There's no wrong way to use an Eames Turned Stool: seat, plant stand, side table, sculpture. Crafted from solid-turned walnut or ebony finished ash, they're available in a choice of four shapes, each with a concave top and bottom. Choose your favourite, or use all four together.
Solid wood turned stool available in four signature shapes and two finishes, walnut and ebony ash.
Ø13.25 x H15".
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