Reese Witherspoon’s Bar Stools Bring an Industrial Twist to Her Classic Kitchen

published Oct 6, 2021
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On Sept. 30, Reese Witherspoon posted an adorable video to Instagram showing what can be assumed a typical morning looks like in the Witherspoon household. Wearing a new set of gingham pajamas from her brand Draper James, Witherspoon grooves to “The Hustle” and then eats cake while putting her feet up on the cutest tractor seat bar stools ever. And no joke, you can grab the same exact ones from Tractor Supply Co

Tractor Supply Co. — known for its machinery parts, livestock feed, and newly hatched chicks — also sells furniture, including the exact chairs seen in Witherspoon’s kitchen. The stools are from Carolina Chair & Table and are made of iron, thus making them untippable and pretty much indestructible.

“One minute you’re dancing…next minute you’re eating does this keep happening?” Witherspoon captioned her video. All while being next to and using those stunning bar stools that adds some industrial flair into her kitchen, no less.

As of right now, Tractor Supply is carrying a red version of Witherspoon’s bar stools that comes with an adjustable seat, footrest, and vintage-style scrolled feet.

A more modern take on the vintage-style tractor seat stool is one Tractor Supply sells from Esschert’s Design. This stool has clean, straight legs, a circular footrest, and is sold in a classic black color. These, too, are made from cast iron, so they’re great for both indoor and outdoor use.

Tractor Supply has also crafted its own version of the tractor seat stool that also comes with an adjustable seat, wrap-around footrest, and elegant legs. And each seat is stamped with the old-fashioned Tractor Supply logo, which adds a homey, country feel to each stool.

So, pull a Reese Witherspoon and grab a stylish bar stool from the same place you get your birdseed and lawnmower blades. Your friends will be surprised when you tell them where your stools came from — and then proceed to try to buy their own.