Svenskt Stool

Svenskt Stool

Lisa
May 18, 2007

The obsession with (era) German-born, Swedish Modernist Josef Frank's intricately-detailed textiles is spreading. First there were the reissued textiles and upholstered pieces from Svenkst Tenn, hard to get your hands on in the States, then there were Anthropologie's upholstered pieces, like the Jayne sofa, and we just noticed that these new bent birchwood stools from Margot Barolo and Märta Friman, are available through Just Scandinavian in NYC. The pared-down lines of the three-legged stool are a perfect foil for Frank's delicate and riotous Hawaii print. (Another candidate for the high end of our top ten stools list.) Available here for $650. Or make your own bargain version by ordering some Hawaii yardage (roughly $100/yard) and making a new cushion for an old stool or chair.
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