As early as the 19th century, the craft stool was adjustable to allow craftsmen to have the perfect height to reach their work surface. Thus, tailors, dressmakers, etc used stools that were both practical and comfortable. Often mounted on screws or crank mechanisms, they could adjust the height of the seat to facilitate their work. Designed from noble materials, these adjustable stools are as aesthetic as they are functional. Solid wood or leather seats ensure excellent comfort while metal is a sure advantage for the structure. Do you want to create an old workshop atmosphere in your office or your bedroom?
To create a successful industrial interior, every single little detail has to be taken into account, such as the style of the furniture, the quality of the materials used, vintage lighting etc. Often, stools are interesting additions to vintage decoration. They are both practical and aesthetic, playing a role in the balancing of the room whilst enhancing the vintage appearance. The varnished wood, leather seat and variety of metals used for the structure, such as black painted steel, or cast iron, creates a stylish, sturdy finish that inspires confidence. Typical of design characterised by the Industrial Revolution, adjustable stools have many different shapes; some have very stylised and complex mechanisms, whilst others have simpler shapes, making them more versatile. In an office or an entrance hall, these stools, full of charm, will bring an original effect to your interior. The alchemy between the materials used, the old design and the quality of the finishes will seduce the most demanding of decorative critics. For an even more convincing look, combine your new adjustable stool with industrial-style lighting. In the entrance, metal reading lights or factory ceiling lights are a great way to set the tone of your home. If you prefer smaller, more spread out lights, it is worth taking into account that many of our bistro style wall lamps are excellent complements to wooden and metal pieces of furniture.