Liverpool Stool

$750.00 USD Regular price
Unit price
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The Liverpool Stool is made of a solid wood seat and metal frame Available bar or counter height version. The wide opening on the seating portion is design help to grab and move the stool easily. Optional metal finishes are available upon request.

Designed, developed & handcrafted in Quebec, Canada

Finishes Shown : Counter height version, Ambrozia black powder coated & Walnut seating.

Shipping calculated at checkout.
Details & Dimensions

Counter : 17L 15D 25SH

Bar : 17L 15D 29.5SH

WOOD Walnut, Alpaca Ash Natural White Oak, Ebonized Oak

METAL : AMBROZIA Black

Designed to work as a Kitchen Stool , Counter Stool or a Bar Stool.

Starting at $750 USD

Leadtime & Shipping

Lead Time: 6-8 weeks, made-to-order Shipping: We will contact you as soon as your purchase is made to schedule and bill for transportation. This solid wood & Metal stool is typically boxed & shipped via DHL Freight or similar. Pick-up & Local delivery are also available.

Customization

The Liverpool Stool can be customized concerning sizing, wood & metal finishes. For variations other then the suggested options shown above, please Request a Quote for custom pricing and lead time information.

Contact us for more customized options.
Care instructions

Our solid wood furniture has a hand polished hardwax oil finish, providing excellent protection. Compare to a Varnish, a good hard wax & oil finish brings out all the natural subtleties of wood, since the oil penetrates and nourishes the wood grain, which gives a unique character and a warm touch.

With such a finish, it’s recommended and very easy to maintain your furniture through time. With a little attention and effort, your furniture should have a very long life, far beyond your expectations. 

Regular cleaning is easy with a soft cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners, soaps or scouring pads. Only neutral Ph cleaners can be used for the most stubborn stains.

Solid wood is a living, breathing material. For this reason it is ideal to keep humidity levels in your home between 35%-55%.

Throughout its lifetime solid wood will absorb and expel moisture and humidity. In the warmer months wood may swell as it gains moisture and in the cooler months it may shrink as it loses moisture.