Industrial style trends do not seem to be budging a bit this year, and that's just fine by us. We dig the sturdy vintage vibe and interesting lines of many factory staples, but we have a particular fondness for draftsman stools. Perfect as extra seating at the table or cocktail/side tables, these humble stools are high on our wish list. Lucky for us, options abound.
This pricey $495 puppy from Urban Remains Chicago
is a 1920's industrial stool from Toledo Metal Furniture Co.
Adjustable from 21" to 29" with a 15" diameter top, this one is from etsy seller, Urban Accent Home.
The Iron Swivel Stool from Worldstock and currently available from Overstoc
k is made from reclaimed iron, and comes in your choice of nickel or burnt wax. Adjustable from 18.5" to 28." $149
Sundance's Modern Times Factory Stool
has a 14-1/2" diameter seat, and adjusts 22" to 28"H. $195.
Wisteria's Cooper's Small Draftsman Stool
is inspired by the iron draftsman stools of the early 1900s. It's small curved seat 14" in diameter is probably not suited for use as a table, but it's slender sculptural silhouette makes it a beautiful option for extra seating.
Crate & Barrel's beloved Turner bar stool
is adjustable from 18"- 24" and a 13" diameter seat. $199.
Restoration Hardware's Vintage Barstool is modeled after the vintage classic. It has a 14" diameter seat and adjusts from 25"–29". $295
Another pricey beauty from Urban Remains
. This 1930s factory stool has a generous wooden seat diameter of 20 1/2" and height adjusts from 28"-34". &350
We've also seen dozens of vintage options filter through ebay when we entered "industrial stool" into the search box. What other sources can you share?
(Image: Restoration Hardware)