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Stools handmade to order in walnut, cherry, or white oak. (18" cherry pictured)

These stools are available in sizes ranging from 18" to 30" tall. They are completely hand made by me in Asheville, NC. These stools are made from local sustainably sourced hardwoods, and built to be a family heirloom. The seats are hand shaped and very comfortable!

15% discount on orders of 3 or more

18”- $400.00 (30" table height)
25”-$575.00 (36" standard kitchen counter)
27”-$600.00 (38" tall counter)
31”-$625.00 (42"standard bar top)
If you would like a custom size please let me know, I'd be happy to make it for you!

Please contact for shipping quotes.

If you have a question, or would like to place an order feel free to message me here on etsy by clicking the contact buttom, or give me a call at 828-301-1688



Should all furniture last generations? I think so! Investing in handmade furniture is exactly that, an investment. My goal is to create well made family heirlooms with hardwoods and fine craftsmanship. I consider my original designs somewhat minimalist, keeping it clean, simple, and comfortable.

"Joinery" is what makes a craftsman! Today manuel skills are somewhat rare, and I take pride in them. I believe making a quality product is the best way to pay respect to my clients. Handmade work catches your eye, it warms your soul, people want honest goods, and thats what I make.

Stool made from sustainably sourced cherry.


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cherry, natural finish
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 54 reviews
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