Eames Walnut Stools
Charles and Ray Eames
Seating - Stools
Tables - Side
- Product information
In 1960, Ray Eames drew on her training as a sculptor to design a new kind of occasional piece for the lobby of the Time-Life Building in New York City. Eames walnut stools became her favorite seats and were liberally scattered about the Charles and Ray Eames home in Pacific Palisades. Made of solid walnut, these stools can be used anywhere and are beautifully versatile. Besides being places to sit, they also serve as low tables, display surfaces, or simply objects of art to be admired.
These sculptural accent pieces feature concave tops and bottoms with a choice of three distinctively shaped center sections.
Solid Turned Walnut
Top 335mmD x Base 280mmD x 380mmH