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Wood & Leather Camp Stool
Triangular camp chair with leather seat and Ash hardwood legs. Folds up to a matchstick profile. Seat attached to the legs by brass rivets, secured at each corner. Made by hand in Portland, Oregon. Comes with matching carry strap. (
In the workshop in the backyard of his tiny 103 year old house, a Portland Oregonian makes leather and wood products by hand, using USA sourced hardwoods and leather. Matt refers to himself as a designer, builder and tinkerer, with "lots of projects to share."
Great for camping, this stool also makes a perfect fireplace stool, or a regular hide-away seat for a small apartment, when you find yourself with one extra guest. Whoever sits on it, and wherever, it's made to last you for generations.
Turned from USA grown hardwood Ash, the triangular seat is made of English bridle leather, and has doubled attached points sewn in, for extra durability. Every time you fold it up, it adds to the leather’s character and brings out the grain in the fold. Since the handmade process ensures that not every stool will be exactly the same, some details may vary from chair to chair. All stools come with a detachable strap, and thread to match the color of the leather seat.
Use & Care
The simplicity of this seat lends itself to low-maintenance. You shouldn't need to do much to keep this stool beautiful and useful. If the legs get dirty on a camping trip, wipe them off with a damp cloth and rub a little corn oil on them to restore luster and prevent drying.
Production & Design
Matt's company moniker - Wood and Faulk - comes from two streets he lived on in Kansas, when he was learning crucial lessons about working on old houses, building furniture, plumbing, electrical, working on cars, wood projects and more, which led to his current work making stools and other outdoor gear. His company, named after those Kansas streets, is to honor that time of learning.
19” high x 14” wide
Legs: Ash hardwood
Seat: Bridle Leather