Eames Molded Wood Stool
In 1953, Charles and Ray Eames were contacted by Herman Miller to help create a chair that was comfortable, versatile, and unlike anything else on the market. An amazing collaboration was born leading to the molded wood stool, the latest in the now-iconic line of Eames molded furniture. The Eames molded wood stool has many features, including:
- Comfortable yet functional
- Customizable appearance to suit your space
- Sturdy and reliable build that lasts
- The now-classic, instantly recognizable design
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Office Designs is proud to be the largest authorized Herman Miller retailer online. Our furniture comes straight from the manufacturer’s warehouse with an official warranty and 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.
Eames Molded Wood Stool comes with an official 5-year, three-shift manufacturer’s warranty. For more information, read Herman Miller Warranty (PDF).
Eames Molded Wood Stool Features
The Eames Molded Wood Stool has many features, including:
The Eames Molded Wood Stool was designed with adaptability in mind. It comes in a variety of wood and chrome finishes for the base and the seat, the base can be fitted with standard gliders or felt bottoms to prevent scratching, and the stool can be built to either standard counter height of 40.5 inches, or bar height, 45.25 inches.
The simple yet stylish design is comfort and style at its best. The furniture sensation of the mod era has changed very little since its introduction, with updated materials that are more environmentally friendly to create the classic silhouette that looks at home in virtually any setting.
Herman Miller has earned a reputation as a cutting-edge, environmentally conscious designer. Thanks to 3-D veneer manufacturing technology, the well-known design originally realized in fiberglass was adapted to create a molded wood shell for a refined, enduring design that is sturdy yet comfortable.
About Herman Miller
Herman Miller is among the leading furniture designers around the globe. The brand made its debut in 1923 and partnered with designers Charles and Ray Eames over half a century ago to produce a line of iconic wood furniture, laying the foundation for a modern design movement.
Dimensions & Measurements
- Overall Height: 40.5" - 45.25"
- Seat Height: 25" - 29.5"
- Overall Width: 18.5"
- Depth: 21.5"