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Modern Side Table, Stool and Container in solid wood and Rope
By SIMONINI
Located in Sao Paolo, SP
The Duty collection is composed by multi-functional accessories, our objective was to create a container collection that mixes and combines that function to others such as coffee tab...
Category

2010s Brazilian Modern Side Tables

Materials

Metal

19th Century Brazilian Stool Made of Solid Wood
Located in Sao Paulo, BR
Antique 19th century stool used in farmhouses. This rustic stool is made in solid wood beautifully aged natural color. The vernacular design is well sculpted with proportional shapes...
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Antique Late 19th Century Brazilian Primitive Stools

Materials

Wood

Stool Handcrafted in Brazilian Hardwood
By Ricardo Graham Ferreira
Located in Nova Friburgo, RJ
'Aragonez do Cerrado' handcrafted wooden stool by by Ricardo Graham Ferreira. The stool is assembled with a variety of prestigious Brazilian hardwoods. The stool is inspired by the B...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Hardwood

  • Stool Handcrafted in Brazilian Hardwood
  • Stool Handcrafted in Brazilian Hardwood
  • Stool Handcrafted in Brazilian Hardwood
  • Stool Handcrafted in Brazilian Hardwood
H 17.33 in. W 27.17 in. D 10.24 in.
Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
By Marcos Amato
Located in Atibaia, Sao Paulo
The Barba Negra stool was created as an interpretation of the sensations aroused by the contact with the marine universe that generated a curvilinear, fluid and dynamic design of the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Hardwood

  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
H 25.6 in. W 18.9 in. D 19.3 in.
Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
By Marcos Amato
Located in Atibaia, Sao Paulo
The Barba Negra stool was created as an interpretation of the sensations aroused by the contact with the marine universe that generated a curvilinear, fluid and dynamic design of the...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Hardwood

  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
  • Brazilian Contemporary Stool, Solid Wood
H 25.6 in. W 18.9 in. D 19.3 in.
Sergio Rodrigues Stool "Mocho" Stool for Oca, Brazil
By Sergio Rodrigues
Located in San Francisco, CA
Rare Sergio Rodrigues "Mocho" stool for Oca, Brazil, 1954. Sublime in its simplicity and comfort, in very good original condition, stamped.
Category

Vintage 1950s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Stool "Bebe", Inês Schertel, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Inês Schertel
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Inês Schertel's stool, in this Brazilian contemporary design, mixes ancient techniques for treating sheep wool with contemporary design and innovation, in order to create unique piec...
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

"Encilhaço" Stool, Inês Schertel, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Inês Schertel
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Full of personality, in order to create unique pieces, mixing ancient techniques for treating sheep wool with contemporary design and innovation, Inês Schertel is considered one of t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Bohemian Stools

Materials

Wool, Wood

Stool "Folhas", Inês Schertel, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Inês Schertel
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Inês Schertel mixes ancient techniques for treating sheep wool with contemporary design and innovation, in order to create unique pieces, full of personality and craftsmanship.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Percival Lafer Midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" Stool
By Percival Lafer
Located in Saarbruecken, DE
Percival Lafer midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" stool. Cognac colored leather. Solid and stable vintage condition.
Category

Vintage 1960s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Leather, Wood

  • Percival Lafer Midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" Stool
  • Percival Lafer Midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" Stool
  • Percival Lafer Midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" Stool
  • Percival Lafer Midcentury Brazilian "MP-97" Stool
H 16.15 in. W 23.63 in. D 25.6 in.
Sculptural Brazilian Side Table or Stool in Hardwood
By José Zanine Caldas
Located in East Hampton, NY
In the style of Zanine Caldas wooden craft stool or end table from Brazil, 1980s. Note: Only one is available
Category

Vintage 1980s Brazilian Rustic Stools

Materials

Wood

Esfera Stool by Rodrigo Ohtake, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Rodrigo Ohtake
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
The Esfera stool was designed in 2019. The mix of materials is the differential in this line. While wood is used as a seat, a metal plate, thick and curved, raises the first material...
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Wood

Pair of Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Jacaranda Stools
Located in New York, NY
Structural pair of Brazilian Jacaranda Mid-Century Modern stool. Button tufted with wooden button and diamond sewn velvet and single welting. Great original condition.
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Vintage 1950s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Jacaranda

"Alvorada" Stool by Aciole Felix, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Aciole Felix
Located in Clifton, NJ
Designed by Aciole Felix, contemporary Brazilian design, Carbon steel, hardwood (Jequitibá). Brazil, 2017. The "Alvorada" consists of three parts in carbon steel and one a solid w...
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Steel

Raw Stool, Minimalist, Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Silveira
By Rodrigo Silveira
Located in Sao Paolo, BR
Cru is not synonymous, but it can seem unfinished. Not in this case, the cru stool as well as its predecessor, the chair; go to the point without disguises as the definition in the d...
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2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

High Stool, Brazilian Wood, Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Silveira
By Rodrigo Silveira
Located in Sao Paolo, BR
Magrelo means “Lanky”. This high bar stool was custom designed and it took on almost a minimalistic air, because it was what he wanted and what Rodrigo likes making. So much so that ...
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2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

Jacarandá and Leather Stool, Jorge Zalszupin, Brazilian Midcentury
By Jorge Zalszupin
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Originally born in Poland, Jorge Zalszupin built his entire career in Brazil, where he's absorbed many influences for his design, specially the care and attention for the treatment o...
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Mid-20th Century Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Leather, Jacaranda

Sergio Rodrigues "Mocho" Stool, Brazilian Hardwood
By Sergio Rodrigues
Located in Houston, TX
Mid-Century Modern 'Mocho' stool in hardwood by Brazilian designer Sergio Rodrigues. Each with concave seat and handle, on turned bulbous form legs with spreader bars. Good vintage c...
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Vintage 1950s South American Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Rosewood, Hardwood

Set of 5 Brazilian "Lotus" stools from the "Residuos" collection
By Rodrigo Calixto
Located in Hollywood, CA
Set of five "Lotus" stools from Brazilian designer Rodrigo Calixto's "Residuos" series. Each stool has been created using blocks of solid stack laminated wood. These stool require no...
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Imbuia, Jacaranda

3 for 2 Solid Wood Stool, Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Silveira
Located in Sao Paolo, BR
The grace of this bench is in the fact that it is a robust piece, which accommodates two people, but at the same time has a trick that makes it light (did you notice?). This is all...
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2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

Stool "Movement", Solid Wood, Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Silveira
By Rodrigo Silveira
Located in Sao Paolo, BR
This very solid piece got its name from the numbered sequence Rodrigo was using at the time of its design, but its nickname – Movement – is what stuck. You can see why if you observe...
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2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Jacaranda Stools with Slatted Shelf
Located in New York, NY
Mid-Century Modern stools in Brazilian jacaranda with slatted lower shelf. Each is recently reupholstered in light green tufted linen. The stools remain in good vintage condition and...
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Vintage 1960s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Linen, Jacaranda

"Zina" Contemporary Stool Brazilian Design by Zanini de Zanine Caldas
By Zanini de Zanine Caldas
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
This simple and elegant high stool is made out of painted steel and may be upholstered in different options of leather or fabric. Zanini de Zanine was born in Rio de Janeiro, in 197...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Steel

High Stool Wooden with Straw, Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Silveira
Located in Sao Paolo, BR
Magricela (Scrawny) is a variation on Magrelo (Lanky). Even with the similar measurements as the original, the creation process took a good long while. It must be because the stool w...
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2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

Contemporary Stool in Brazilian Hardwood Design by Ricardo Graham Ferreira
By Ricardo Graham Ferreira
Located in Nova Friburgo, RJ
Contemporary stool in Brazilian Hardwood hand carved by woodworking artist Ricardo Graham Ferreira. These uniques pieces of furniture is made in some exquisite tropical wood species....
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood, Hardwood

Sergio Rodrigues Pair of "Mocho" Stools, Manufactured by Oca, Brazil
By Sergio Rodrigues
Located in Rovereta, SM
Sergio Rodrigues (1927-2014) pair of stools model “Mocho” manufactured by Oca Brazil, 1954 solid jacaranda.
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Mid-20th Century Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Jacaranda

Sergio Rodrigues Pair of "Mocho" Rosewood Stools, Brazilian Midcentury Design
By Sergio Rodrigues
Located in Clifton, NJ
Mocho comes from a free interpretation of a common rural artifact in Brazil; the cow-milking stool, the "Mocho" stool synthesized the simplicity of both its function, a piece that co...
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Mid-20th Century Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

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Rosewood, Leather

Pair of Stools in Rosewood and Velvet Probably Produced in Brazil
Located in Malmo, SE
Pair of stools in rosewood probably produced in Brazil.
Category

Vintage 1960s Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Leather, Velvet, Rosewood

Contemporary Bar Stool in Brazilian Hardwood and Cord by Ricardo Graham Ferreira
By Ricardo Graham Ferreira
Located in Nova Friburgo, RJ
Contemporary bar stool in Brazilian hardwood and cord. We named this chair "Natural". A friendly approach to a piece of furniture that evades constructive standards. "Natural" com...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Cord, Hardwood

Brutalist Lina Bo Bardi Stool Designed for Sesc Pompeia Brazil 1980, Pine Wood
By Lina Bo Bardi
Located in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Designed by Lina Bo Bardi, Marcelo Ferraz and Marcelo Suzuki Created for the center SESC Pompéia in São Paulo Brasil, 1980s Pine wood Price per piece, pair available Measureme...
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Vintage 1980s Brazilian Brutalist Stools

Materials

Wood

Minimalist Bar Stool, Brazilian Contemporary Style, Black, by Tiago Curioni
By Tiago Curioni
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Our Velvet collection has now the barstool version with the same comfort and perfect ergonomics in different colors and tapestries. Choose by cotton, linen, leather, velvet, and the ...
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2010s South American Minimalist Stools

Materials

Steel

Natural Brazilian Wood Pipa Bar Stool in Minimal Style from Tiago Curioni
By Tiago Curioni
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
From the Pipa collection, we launched the bar stool with the same principle of industrial rationalization and constructive simplicity used by the chair that started this line. In sol...
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2010s South American Minimalist Stools

Materials

Hardwood

Fuji Wood Stool, Minimalist and Modern Inspiration from Brazil by Tiago Curioni
By Tiago Curioni
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Fuji stool was created from the intersection of inspirations from modern Brazilian design and Japanese minimalism. This curious source of inspiration came from the fact that in many ...
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2010s South American Minimalist Stools

Materials

Bentwood

Stool Curva
By Cultivado em Casa
Located in Belo Horizonte, MG
A common item in steel houses, the 180º curve is the starting point for the development of the collection. Using this element of industrial origin and organic format, we seek to crea...
Category

2010s Brazilian Minimalist Stools

Materials

Steel

  • Stool Curva
  • Stool Curva
  • Stool Curva
  • Stool Curva
H 24.41 in. W 16.93 in. D 16.93 in.
Oca Stool
By Sergio Matos
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
Materials: Aluminum, nautical rope. Dimensions: 50 cm diameter x 38 cm height.  
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Aluminum

  • Oca Stool
  • Oca Stool
  • Oca Stool
  • Oca Stool
H 38 in. Dm 50 in.
Ianomami Stool
By Sergio Matos
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
Ianomami stool. Dimensions: 238 cm diameter x 45 cm height Weight: 6 Kg.   
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Natural Fiber

Ianomami Stool
H 17.72 in. Dm 14.97 in.
Carambola Stool
By Sergio Matos
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
The concept for the stool from the shape of a carambola (starfruit). The structure can be produced in either carbon steel or aluminium. The rest is handmade using naval rope.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Aluminum

  • Carambola Stool
  • Carambola Stool
  • Carambola Stool
  • Carambola Stool
H 17.72 in. W 17.72 in. D 17.72 in.
Marakatu Stool
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
Piece inspired in the flower that prints the clothes of the Maracatu dancer, traditional dance in the Northeast culture. Handmade woof with polyester rope.  
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21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Metal

  • Marakatu Stool
  • Marakatu Stool
  • Marakatu Stool
  • Marakatu Stool
H 17.72 in. W 27.56 in. D 27.56 in.
Sotto Bar Stool
By Uultis Design
Located in Miami, FL
Designed off the successful Uultis Sotto dining chair, this barstool meets the high standards of our Uultis consumers. Great sit. Great look. Endless possibilities.....
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Upholstery, Teak

  • Sotto Bar Stool
  • Sotto Bar Stool
  • Sotto Bar Stool
  • Sotto Bar Stool
H 39 in. W 20 in. D 23 in.
Zinc Stool Curva
By Cultivado em Casa
Located in Belo Horizonte, MG
A common item in steel houses, the 180º curve is the starting point for the development of the collection. Using this element of industrial origin and organic format, we seek to crea...
Category

2010s Brazilian Minimalist Stools

Materials

Steel, Zinc

  • Zinc Stool Curva
  • Zinc Stool Curva
  • Zinc Stool Curva
  • Zinc Stool Curva
H 24.41 in. W 16.93 in. D 16.93 in.
Ipê Stool
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
To the shadow of ipê - an iconic tree from Brazilian flora - the design celebrates the hand-made, narratives rooted in popular culture. It forms and weaves the bank that carries in i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Metal

  • Ipê Stool
  • Ipê Stool
  • Ipê Stool
  • Ipê Stool
H 17.5 in. W 18 in. D 17.5 in.
Contemporary Wood Stool
By Pedro Useche
Located in Boston, MA
Flexus plywood stool. One of a kind.
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Stools

Materials

Plywood

  • Contemporary Wood Stool
  • Contemporary Wood Stool
  • Contemporary Wood Stool
  • Contemporary Wood Stool
H 18.12 in. W 16.15 in. D 16.15 in.
Modern Steel Stool
By Pedro Useche
Located in Boston, MA
Arrepita carbon steel with epoxy paint and naturally finished wood legs. Black, white and yellow.
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Stools

Materials

Steel

Modern Steel Stool
H 18.31 in. W 15.75 in. D 15.75 in.
Modern Brazilian Armchair in Solid Wood, Textiles or Leathers
By SIMONINI
Located in Sao Paolo, SP
The "Trip" armchairs are expressive premium objects, with generous dimensions. The design focus in the balance and combination between organic designed shapes from the solid wood com...
Category

2010s Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Textile, Upholstery, Hardwood

"Açude" Chair, by Inês Schertel, Brazilian Contemporary Design
By Inês Schertel
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Full of personality, in order to create unique pieces, mixing ancient techniques for treating sheep wool with contemporary design and innovation, Inês Schertel is considered one of t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Bohemian Stools

Materials

Wool, Wood

Modern Brazilian Armchair in Solid Wood, Textiles or Leathers
By SIMONINI
Located in Sao Paolo, SP
The "Trip" armchairs are expressive premium objects, with generous dimensions. The design focus in the balance and combination between organic designed shapes from the solid wood com...
Category

2010s Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Textile, Upholstery, Hardwood

Sergio Rodrigues 'Sonia' Stools
By Sergio Rodrigues
Located in Tokyo, JP
'Sonia' stools designed by Sergio Rodrigues in 1997.
Category

1990s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Wood

  • Sergio Rodrigues 'Sonia' Stools
  • Sergio Rodrigues 'Sonia' Stools
  • Sergio Rodrigues 'Sonia' Stools
  • Sergio Rodrigues 'Sonia' Stools
H 14.97 in. W 15.56 in. D 16.34 in.
Sotto Bar Stool Ivory Fabric
By Uultis Design
Located in Miami, FL
Designed off the successful Uultis Sotto dining chair, this barstool meets the high standards of our Uultis consumers. Great sit. Great look. Endless possibilities.....
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Upholstery, Teak

  • Sotto Bar Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Bar Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Bar Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Bar Stool Ivory Fabric
H 39 in. W 20 in. D 23 in.
Cane Detail Counter Stool, Rhea
Located in Miami, FL
This set of 4 counter stools is beautiful in every detail. The cane backrest adds lightness to the piece. Finishes must be chosen. Please inquire for options available.       
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Straw, Wood

  •  Cane Detail Counter Stool, Rhea
  •  Cane Detail Counter Stool, Rhea
  •  Cane Detail Counter Stool, Rhea
  •  Cane Detail Counter Stool, Rhea
H 39.38 in. W 15.75 in. D 15.75 in.
Sotto Counter Stool Ivory Fabric
By Uultis Design
Located in Miami, FL
Designed off the successful Uultis Sotto dining chair, this counter high stool meets the high standards of our Uultis consumers. Great sit. Great look. Endless possibilities.
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Upholstery, Teak

  • Sotto Counter Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Counter Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Counter Stool Ivory Fabric
  • Sotto Counter Stool Ivory Fabric
H 34 in. W 20 in. D 23 in.
Bo, Stool by Alva Design
Located in Geneve, CH
Bo - stool by Alva Design Materials: Metalic and wooden structure, leather seat, brass spheres Dimensions: 60 x 40 x 40 cm ALVA is a furniture and objects design office, formed ...
Category

2010s Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Metal, Brass

  • Bo, Stool by Alva Design
  • Bo, Stool by Alva Design
  • Bo, Stool by Alva Design
  • Bo, Stool by Alva Design
H 15.75 in. W 23.63 in. D 15.75 in.
Carambola Stool, Available in NY
By Sergio Matos
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
The concept for the stool from the shape of a carambola (starfruit). The structure can be produced in either carbon steel or aluminium. The rest is handmade using naval rope.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Aluminum

  • Carambola Stool, Available in NY
  • Carambola Stool, Available in NY
  • Carambola Stool, Available in NY
  • Carambola Stool, Available in NY
H 17.72 in. W 17.72 in. D 17.72 in.
Ipê Stool, Available in NY
Located in Campina Grande, Paraiba
To the shadow of ipê - an iconic tree from Brazilian flora - the design celebrates the handmade, narratives rooted in popular culture. It forms and weaves the bank that carries in it...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Stools

Materials

Metal

  • Ipê Stool, Available in NY
  • Ipê Stool, Available in NY
  • Ipê Stool, Available in NY
  • Ipê Stool, Available in NY
H 17.5 in. W 18 in. D 17.5 in.
Contemporary Stool, Handcrafted, Solid Wood
By Marcos Amato
Located in Clifton, NJ
The Barba Negra stool was created as an interpretation of the sensations aroused by the contact with the marine universe that generated a curvilinear, fluid and dynamic design of the...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Imbuia

  • Contemporary Stool, Handcrafted, Solid Wood
  • Contemporary Stool, Handcrafted, Solid Wood
  • Contemporary Stool, Handcrafted, Solid Wood
  • Contemporary Stool, Handcrafted, Solid Wood
H 19.3 in. W 18.9 in. D 25.6 in.
Contemporary Handwoven, Neocloud Stool, Medium, Olive
Located in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
The Cloud collection was created around the concept of tress. The pieces are made with neoprene fabric and foam stripes, woven and stitched by hand. Each piece is unique as the resul...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Fabric

Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Red
Located in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
The Cloud collection was created around the concept of tress. The pieces are made with cotton fabric and foam stripes, woven and stitched by hand. Each piece is unique, as the result...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Fabric

  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Red
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Red
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Red
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Red
H 17.72 in. W 24.41 in. D 24.41 in.
Easy Brass Bar Stool by Sollos
By Sollos
Located in Boston, MA
The organic and biomorphic lines of the Easy bar stool reveal new shapes depending on the observer's different points of view. Within its composition, there is a perfect balance of l...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Brass

  • Easy Brass Bar Stool by Sollos
  • Easy Brass Bar Stool by Sollos
  • Easy Brass Bar Stool by Sollos
  • Easy Brass Bar Stool by Sollos
H 27.75 in. W 14.17 in. D 14.76 in.
Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Green
Located in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
The Cloud collection was created around the concept of tress. The pieces are made with cotton fabric and foam stripes, woven and stitched by hand. Each piece is unique, as the result...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Fabric

  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Green
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Green
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Green
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Green
H 17.72 in. W 24.41 in. D 24.41 in.
Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Orange
Located in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
The Cloud collection was created around the concept of tress. The pieces are made with cotton fabric and foam stripes, woven and stitched by hand. Each piece is unique, as the result...
Category

2010s Brazilian Stools

Materials

Fabric

  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Orange
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Orange
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Orange
  • Contemporary Handwoven - Cloud Stool, Medium, Orange
H 17.72 in. W 24.41 in. D 24.41 in.
Phillips Stool in Brass by Sollos
By Sollos
Located in Boston, MA
Designed by Jader Almeida for Brasillian Brand Sollos. The Phillips stool has its denomination inspired by the cross-screw, popularly known as Phillips. This is a good-natured re-re...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Brazilian Modern Stools

Materials

Brass

  • Phillips Stool in Brass by Sollos
  • Phillips Stool in Brass by Sollos
  • Phillips Stool in Brass by Sollos
  • Phillips Stool in Brass by Sollos
H 15.7 in. Dm 13.7 in.
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Brazil Stool For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal Brazil stool for your home. A Brazil stool — often made from wood, fabric and hardwood — can elevate any home. There are 94 variations of the antique or vintage Brazil stool you’re looking for, while we also have 92 modern editions of this piece to choose from as well. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer Brazil stool, there are earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 21st Century. A Brazil stool made by Mid-Century Modern designers — as well as those associated with Modern — is very popular. A well-made Brazil stool has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Sergio Rodrigues, SIMONINI and Pedro Paulo Venzon are consistently popular.

How Much is a Brazil Stool?

A Brazil stool can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $2,233, while the lowest priced sells for $75 and the highest can go for as much as $65,000.

Finding the Right Stools for You

Stools are versatile and a necessary addition to any living room, kitchen area or elsewhere in your home. A sofa or reliable lounge chair might nab all the credit, comfort-wise, but don’t discount the roles that good antique, new and vintage stools can play.

“Stools are jewels and statements in a space, and they can also be investment pieces,” says New York City designer Amy Lau, who adds that these seats provide an excellent choice for setting an interior’s general tone. 

Stools, which are among the oldest forms of wooden furnishings, may also serve as decorative pieces, even if we’re talking about a stool that is far less sculptural than the gracefully curving molded plywood shells that make up Sōri Yanagi’s provocative Butterfly stool

Fawn Galli, a New York interior designer, uses her stools in the same way you would use a throw pillow. “I normally buy several styles and move them around the home where needed,” she says.

Stools are smaller pieces of seating as compared to armchairs or dining chairs and can add depth as well as functionality to a space that you’ve set aside for entertaining. For a splash of color, consider the Stool 60, a pioneering work of bentwood by Finnish architect and furniture maker Alvar Aalto. It’s manufactured by Artek and comes in a variety of colored seats and finishes.

Barstools that date back to the 1970s are now more ubiquitous in kitchens. Vintage barstools have seen renewed interest, be they a meld of chrome and leather or transparent plastic, such as the Lucite and stainless-steel counter stool variety from Indiana-born furniture designer Charles Hollis Jones, who is renowned for his acrylic works. A cluster of barstools — perhaps a set of four brushed-aluminum counter stools by Emeco or Tubby Tube stools by Faye Toogood — can encourage merriment in the kitchen. If you’ve got the room for family and friends to congregate and enjoy cocktails where the cooking is done, consider matching your stools with a tall table.

Whether you need counter stools, drafting stools or another kind, explore an extensive range of antique, new and vintage stools on 1stDibs.