The Cyril Stool collection by UM Project

Any time you need an extra seat for your guests, a stool comes in very handy. Stools are one of the most versatile pieces of furniture. They can be used basically anywhere and with any occasion. They are not the most comfortable seat you could find but they are relatively small so they take little space and they are easy to hide underneath a table for example.

The Cyril Stool collection by UM Project

The Cyril stools have a very interesting shape. They are basically very simple featuring a geometrical shape and this makes them sturdy and durable. Moreover, they are one of the few almost child-friendly stool designs and I would know that because a few years ago one my stools caused a little boy to break his leg. The Cyril stools are great as occasional seats, for times when there are too many guests in your home and it would be rude to make them sit on the ground or on their feet.

As for the design, the stools have a timeless shape that would beautifully integrate in any type of décor, whether it’s rustic, traditional, modern or contemporary. Moreover, the Cyril stools are also eco-friendly. They are mostly made of reclaimed materials and locally grown wood for the base. It features an American walnut base. The dimensions of the Cyril stools are 16.5″ x 10″ x 10″. You can buy them separately for $550.00 per piece.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on November 3rd, 2011


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