The Standard Stool is my new stool design. I’ve been wanting to make a stool that has simple, clean lines with the same quality and craftsmanship as my Ax Handle Stools.
My Standard Stool has tapered ash legs with a subtle texture. The texture is from being made on one of my century-old lathes as the lathe cuts a continuous spiral down the length of the wood blank. These legs are then sanded by hand and cut to length. They are then attached to the solid cherry seat by a through tenon fastened with a solid walnut wedge. The seat is sanded to a smooth contour that everybody would find comfortable. Your feet can find a home on the solid steel footrest.
Available in kitchen counter and bar heights. Custom heights are available.
Congratulations to Stella Singleton of Chandler, Arizona! She won the Name The Stool contest. She will be receiving the very first Standard Stool.