Designer Xavier Pauchard (Burgandy 1880-1948)
This archetypal French Tolix stool was created in 1934 by Xavier Pauchard. The Relax House replica Tolix stool, seen here in French blue, is manufactured the same way with the same materials as the original. Bring a little French deco into your home, café, bistro or bar with our beautiful, true to form design reproduction. Xavier Pauchard pioneered galvanisation techniques in France and this innovation led to production of his extensive line of chairs and stools. Since the 1930s, these cult chairs have been adding style to dining spots from bistros to backyards and are now experiencing a resurgence in bars and restaurants around the world. A consistently popular item since its humble beginnings in 1934, the Xavier Pauchard Tolix stool has become a customer favourite and it is easy to see why.
French brewers commonly supplied these stools to bars in the 1930s in exchange for selling their beer.These chairs were common sights in the bars and brasseries around France. Imagine a Parisian café in the 1930s: jazz, Josephine, Picasso, Ernest Hemingway penning his classics while having a drink perched upon a black Xavier Pauchard stool just like this one. Bring a little of that magical era into your home, café, restaurant or bistro with our true to form design reproduction. Our replica Tolix stool, seen here in French blue is manufactured the same way and from the same materials as the original Pauchard masterpiece.
Outfitting your space with replica furniture can be an affordable way to get the designer look but don’t make the mistake of thinking all replicas are the same. Our designer replica Tolix stool, seen here in blue powder coated steel, is manufactured the same way, from the same materials as the original. Unlike other shoddy replicas, the Relax House Tolix reproduction utilizes a premium grade, thicker steel frame that gives you a stronger, better constructed stool.
- Height: 65cm
- Seat width 30cm
- Bottom legs width 43cm
- Colour: Light Blue
- Material: Power coated steel
- Stackable: Yes, up to 8 high
- Assembly: None