Baked / Roast Handmade Skateboard Stool

Apr 6, 2015

Category: Living

For many skaters, the passion never fades, even when the skills do. If you haven’t been on a skateboard in years, but still yearn for the culture, check out this new handmade furniture line from Baked / Roast.

The company’s Signature Series is opening up with a limited edition skateboard stool made from either wood or steel. The wood model features high-quality 7-ply Canadian Maple Beechwood with a clear coat finish. The stool’s screws and bolts are dyed to match the orange dyed layers of the deck. The steel stool’s chassis is finished with a traditional gun blue treatment, and features the same 7-ply wood, with the bolts countersunk in the deck to create a smooth surface. Baked / Roast says more skateboard inspired furniture is on the way, including bookshelves, speaker sets, chairs and swing sets. [Purchase]

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