Our Sugar Stools start with sourcing reclaimed wood beams. A CNC machine then precision-cuts a faceted hexagonal design into the top end of the beam. The beam is cut down to sections, revealing a unique finish that naturally transitions from the pristine angles of the seat to the rough-hewn base.
The name comes from our original Sugar Stools, created from reclaimed pine beams salvaged from Brooklyn’s original Domino Sugar Refinery. Learn more about the redevelopment of the Sugar Refinery and the Domino Park Project.
We make our Sugar Stools in small batches in our studio.
- Reclaimed pine.
- Faceted tops.
- Chain-sawn sides.
- Each log has varying pie-shaped "checks", naturally occurring cracks in wood beams. Because each stool originates from different beams, each item is unique and no two are exactly alike. Images on our websites and items displayed in our showroom may vary from your actual piece.
- Each Sugar Stool is hand made in small batches in our studio.
- Ships fully assembled.