Thread Family Stool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Designed by the team at Coordination, the Thread Family Stool is seating that works in both your workshop and living space.

Outfitted with a a 40mm lathed thread wedge mated to a solid American walnut base seat, the stool is completely adjustable. Flexible height adjustment along with minimal design and premium construction materials are common themes throughout the entire collection. The design itself was inspired by premium bicycle frames, and has won several different awards through the years. There are a variety of colors to choose from, and six different furniture pieces including the Small Stool, Bistro Table, High Stool, Garderobe, Trestles and Higher Desk. Prices ranges from $980 to $1,175. [Purchase]

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