After soaking in the surroundings on a working vacation in Oregon, founders returned to their studio on Washington’s Bainbridge Island, eager to translate the trip into a range of furnishings. Perhaps it was the memory of the region’s famous horse trails that led to , which exudes the richness of leather but is actually bronze, precision-cut and welded. At 20 inches high, it’s fitting as a stool or a side table, inside or out. Each is made to order, so customization is possible.
Grain Design's Saddle Doubles as a Stool or a Side Table
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