In the making - Trivet stool continued

In the making - Trivet stool continued

In its raw state, the trivet stool has been in existence for just over six months. I have been trying it out in the perpetual stress-test conditions of my home. It has been a useful emergency seat at meals, a very resilient step-up for things just out of reach and a side table. It's stackable too.

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In the making: Trivet stool

In the making: Trivet stool

A stool based on three identical legs forming a seat when joined together. As with most steam-bent forms there’s a certain amount of trial and error involved. So far, there’s been plenty of trial and definitely enough error… but as they say, if something’s worth doing, it’s worth getting it wrong. Hopefully, determination and harsh language will see us through.

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