Sugar Stools start with sourcing reclaimed wood beams, often hundreds of years old. Our CNC machines cut the faceted hexagonal design into the top end of the beam. The beam is cut down to sections, revealing a unique finish that naturally transitions from the pristine angles of the seat to the rough-hewn base.
The name comes from our original Sugar Stool collection, created from reclaimed pine beams salvaged from Brooklyn’s historical sugar refinery. Learn more about the redevelopment of the site which we proudly worked on, and the story behind the upcycled material.
Our Sugar Stools are made in small batches at our Pennsylvania manufacturing facility.
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