Original European Made Paris Slim Line Bentwood 68cm Timber Stool Embossed Sunset Seat - Michael Thonet Designed - Black

   Expected dispatch on September 29, 2017

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  • The black backless bentwood kitchen stool is a Michael Thonet designed original and offers the finest of quality European bentwood furniture design. With European construction and European sourced beechwood, the Paris backless barstool is a must have.

    The Paris bentwood cafe stool(68cm), here in black offers gracefully arching braces and the all of the design details that make bentwood furniture so appealing. Thonet created the first mass-produced barstools and they were fixtures in the cafes and brasseries of 19th-century Paris, Vienna and Berlin. Our Michael Thonet designed original backless kitchen barstool in black is perfect for your kitchen.

    Michael Thonet designs ebb and flow in popularity but bentwood furniture is once again chic, on top and on trend. Michael Thonet’s 'Paris' stool has long been heralded as an icon of bentwood furniture yet this more than century's old stool is as fresh and fashion forward as ever. Thonet’s impressive legacy gives bentwood furniture lovers many styles and colours to choose from. Our original Michael Thonet black designer timber stool 

     

  • Seat Height 68cm
    Width 37cm
    Overall Height 68cm
    Colour Black
    Seat Material European Beech timber bentwood
    Frame Material European Beech timber bentwood
    Manufactured In Europe
    Designer Michael Thonet
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      If you take the time to admire you will notice that each product is unique using many pieces of European Beechwood. Based on the nature of natural wood inconsistencies in grain, joins, colour, texture and shape deserve appreciation like strokes on a painting or sculpture.

      It is important to note that any stress marks in the timber from the production process will not exacerbate over time. Stresses caused in the bending and joining process are what make these items so impressive. This can be more prevalent in the painted options as the paint tends to highlight these 'perfect imperfections'

      Just like us no two are the same. Enjoy.

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