new to studio50 | stücke stools

December 12, 2013

stuck stools We are thrilled to introduce the brand new stücke collection into our design family.   These chic, rustic-industrial stools are all one-of-a-kind.  Topped with a beautiful mosaic of salvaged wood pieces, the stools are supported by a rugged steel frame.  This collection celebrates the natural patina of raw steel, and the pieces have been preserved to maintain that beauty.  They are lightweight, but built strong, supporting up to 400 lbs.  They are acceptable for both indoor and outdoor use. Stücke stools are available in counter height and bar height.  They are currently available as custom orders by contacting us directly, and will be available for online purchase very soon. Counter height ( 24.5") - $189 / each Bar height (30") - $220 / each      




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