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Wooden Stool With A Gaping Mouth For A Magazine

This stool collection by the Montreal designer Loïc Bard was inspired by his childhood memories of a trip to Japan. Japan is a symbol of the simplicity of the utensils and the rustic setting of the tea ceremony, so this stool is a reminder of that. This wooden stool follows the organic shape with gaping mouths in which magazines are kept on top. A single magazine can be stored in the thin, curved lip of the Andy stool seat. Three tapered round legs support the irregularly shaped seat made of maple wood, finished with natural oil or darker colors. It is an ideal minimalist stool with a natural touch that is great for a modern interior.

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