Herman Miller Eames® Molded Wood Stools
Charles and Ray Eames, 1948
The plywood molding technique perfected by Charles and Ray Eames led to the development of a number of iconic designs for Herman Miller in addition to laying the foundation for a major movement in modern furniture design. Yet in their lifetimes, the Eames’ were unable to execute their single-shell chair design in molded wood. Decades later, thanks to a proprietary process of 3-D veneer manufacturing technology, the complex curves of Eames® Molded Wood Shell Chairs were finally realized. The refined, enduring molded wood shell form is available as Eames® Molded Wood Bar Stool.
Eames® Molded Wood Stools are available in several veneers and come with an optional upholstered seat pad for enhanced comfort. The 4-leg base comes in bar- or counter-height, and offers its own choice of finish options.
Base legs available in chrome, or black, or white painted finish. Black and chrome 4-leg bases are provided with black glides while the white 4-leg base has white glides.
Counter height stool: 18″ w | 21.5″ d | 40.5″ h | seat: 25″ h
Bar height stool: 18″ w | 21.5″ d | 45.25″ h | seat: 29.5″ h