|Product Type: Accent stool||Frame Finish: Walnut|
|Pattern: Solid||Style: Modern|
|Frame Material: Wood||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Stain Resistant: Yes||Upholstered: Yes|
|Nailhead Trim: No||Storage Space Included: No|
|Swivel: No||Base Type: Legs|
|Backed: No||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Product Care: Clean wood with a dry, lint-free cloth. Wash once a year with a mild soap and water solution, rinse with damp cloth, and dry immediately with a dry, lint-free cloth.||Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Greenguard Certified: Yes|
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Laura from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
It's worth getting the real thing when it comes to this stool. It's so beautiful and well-made, and has so many potential uses. We had them at the foot of our bed, and then used them for extra seating. They could also be an end table with a tray on top. I absolutely love them.
A True Classic
Westchester Design Mom from Westchester, NY– Verified Buyer
I bought this stool for a dressing room where there was only a small amount of space but I needed a balanced seat, not tippy, and attractive. This choice couldn't have been more appropriate. I got the natural cotton with light wood, but all the colors and woods would make this seat fit nearly every color scheme and decor.
Valued Customer from Virginia
About the Designer
Jens Risom b. Denmark, 1916 The first true Knoll designer, Jens Risom joined the young Hans Knoll Furniture Company in the early 1940s as the sole designer of interiors and furniture. Born in Denmark to the well-known architect Sven Risom, Jens worked in Stockholm for one year before graduating from the prestigious Kundstandvaerkerskolen in Copenhagen. Risom left Denmark for the United States in 1938 and, for two years, served as Director of Interior Design at the studio of Dan Cooper, Inc. in New York before starting a freelance career specializing in furniture and textiles. It was during this time that he met Hans Knoll. The pair collaborated on an exhibition for the New York World's Fair. Knoll asked Risom, who had been searching for a promoter and manufacturer, to help him design interiors for clients around New York. With Hans handling client relations and Jens planning interiors and designing furniture when needed, the pair began to take on more design projects. In 1942 they printed the first Knoll Catalog, which included 15 pieces designed by Risom — the very first furniture to be commissioned specifically by Knoll. Working ingeniously within the constraints of wartime material shortages, Risom developed several chairs and tables using essentially scraps of wood and rejected nylon straps from parachute production. Despite these constraints, Risom was able to design innovative and truly modern pieces of furniture, a selection of which were reintroduced by Knoll in 1994. In 1943, Risom left Knoll to join the U.S. Army. He returned to the United States in 1946 to launch his own design firm Jens Risom Design, which he ran until the early 1970s. After selling his company, Risom relocated to Connecticut and started a design consultancy firm. He is a trustee of the Rhode Island School of Design and was knighted by Queen Margrethe of Denmark in 1996.
OUR SKU # KLL1145