Sunday, March 8, 2015

arts and crafts stools

we just finished building three of our arts and crafts, frank lloyd wright inspired bar stools for a client in st. louis.  they will be sprayed with a clear lacquer finish this week, and they will pop a little more once the finish is on them.  they are part of a continuation of a design we first built in 2003 for the client who gave us the inspirational photo of a similar short chair 
designed originally by frank lloyd wright.

the ones above are in natural cherry.  the ones we just finished are natural finished 
curly hard maple with leather from universal leather in high point, north carolina
all finished now

stragihtforward lines, with a few curves thrown in to soften
mr. wright's rectinlinearality ... (is that a word?
 we have them in our own kitchen
and we have also done them in other colors and woods
as well as patchwork scrap leather seats
 for more information and pricing, visit our dorset custom furniture website


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Jordan said...

I love the design of these stools. The finish looks amazing too. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Love this you have them in white?