Here at Stools & Chairs we try to make everything as affordable for the customer as possible. Initially we were selling sets of 2 Wishbone chairs. Part of that reason was to transfer the low costs of the single box onto you, the customer. We have decided to sell them in singles now, but also retaining the same low cost per chair! Have a look at our favourite inspiration photos. You can also buy our Hans Wegner Wishbone Replica Chairs for $169 Each!!
We’ve reduced the prices on our coloured crossback to $199 for 2! That’s under $100 each for this classic provincial chair. Have a look at our provincial seating range here.
So last week we had introduced some new colours to an old favourite product, the Provincial Breakfast Stools. Firstly, I’d like to add that we have a new addition to the family, which comes in the colour White! Our breakfast stools have been very popular and we have had a lot of requests to get these stools in other colours so here it is!
Now to the main point of this post, I’d like to show you the differences in our stools and some of our competitors on the markets. Especially when it comes to the coloured stools. Our natural and brown stools are made from a hardwood oak. Our black and white stools are made from birch wood. The reason behind this is due to the nature and physical appearance of each wood.
Oak is a beautiful hardwood, with a strong underlying grain. This is a majority of its appeal, and for naturally stained or brown stained stools, we want to show this off. Birch is also a hardwood and is closely related to the Oak family. Birch is finer grained and paler in colour, and as such, takes colour paint a lot better than other woods (trust me, we experimented with different woods!). With birch, the paint settles smoothly and evenly with little interference with the paint itself.
Onward to staining/colouring. I’ve included a picture of a close up of joints of a stool. When the product is sprayed with the colour, you have an uneven finish around the joints. This is because the colour cannot get into all the small joints of the stool. Alternatively, you can stain every piece of wood involved in the process. This takes a lot longer as staining and drying time is required, although you are left with a far more even stain, and a better looking product overall.
Also, as you may recall in my last post, I talked about the rustic finish and patina of certain provincial products that is quite a desired look. Our rattan seating has been treated and brushed with a black finish to emulate this look instead of the synthetic look you get from a clean finished rattan seat top. I hope the photo below can illustrate the differences.
We have just launched our new Peggy Sue Living Chair available in multiple fabrics to suit any decor. We are so excited that we are giving one away. Just head on over to our facebook page, give us a like and share our giveaway post for your chance to win! Don’t forget to tell us which colour you want if you win 😉
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We have a new edition to the ever popular bar or breakfast stools in our provincial seating range. I’m very happy to showcase 2 more colours. The Brown Provincial Breakfast Stool and the Black Provincial Breakfast Stool.
This is in addition to our ever popular Provincial Seating Range which draws inspiration from cultural hotspots in French cities such as Blois and Orléanss in the Loire Valley, and at Lyon or Liège. Our Provincial Range has features typically associated with French Provincial Furniture which include the lines and the rattan seating reflecting the countryside backgroung and surrounding of the chair maker.
The variety of colours available in our Provincial Stools and Chairs, while appearing modern and contemporary, are all very common and true to the history of Provincial Furniture. Our rattan seating comes with a black wash, emulating the much coveted and adored look of the accumulation of grime, polish and dirt which is common to an aged patina. Patina, is what is referred to as the coating, or sheen of the wood or surface of furniture. Furniture enthusiasts are always on the lookout for an “aged patina”, which is acquired usually through age and exposure and skin contact. Patinas can provide a protective layer to materials that would otherwise be damaged by corrosion or weathering. Also, and they are very visually appealing to enthusiasts and amateurs all the same.
Follow our Stools & Chairs Blog , as our webmaster will be talking about the differences between our Provincial Chairs and Stools compared to some of our competitors and what we look out for when sourcing our products. Buy our new Provincial Breakfast Stools now for only $119 each! We are sure this is the best quality product and price in Australia guaranteed! If you find a cheaper product elsewhere, let us know and we’ll beat it by 5%.
Over the next few weeks we here at Stools & Chairs will be receiving new products. Today, I am proud to introduce you our Enna Reception Chairs. Our designers at Stools & Chairs took inspiration from the boxy director chairs and with some commercial grade chrome steel, turned it into the Enna Chair! This chair was built to last, so perfect in your reception, or as a waiting room chair or even in the corner of your home office. The Enna Chair is coupled with a woven polyester fabric that is long lasting and looks and feels great. All backed with our 365 day warranty, this will sell at $199, but will be on sale at $159 for a limited time only! Available in 2 colours, Charcoal and Moss Green take a look below