• Skandivis Alp Design Leather Alp Stool

Leather Alp Stool

  • £240.00

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The leather alp stool 104 is made by hand and looks amazing on its own. Place a few of stools together and you have a unique bench. Choose between a wide base top or wide based and create different shapes when put together.

  • Size:           Height 45 cm, width 40 cm, depth 40 cm
  • Materials:   Powder coated metal legs, woven leather seat
  • Finish:        Wide top or wide base. Please select in the above pull-down menu
  • Design:       Annick Petersen, Alp Design
  • Care:           Keep the leather clean by either dusting or hoovering.
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