Tahquamenon Stool

The Tahquamenon Stool is gorgeously modern and superbly highlights the beauty of bent plywood with it's waterfall design.  It takes it's inspiration from Michigan's Tahquamenon Falls which are a beautiful collection of cascade waterfalls just outside of Paradise, MI.  I'm a fan of this minimalist seat in the bedroom to take a seat as you slide on your slippers after a long day, next to the bed as a bedside table, around the dining table when backed chairs would be too much, in the living room where an unobtrusive extra seat is helpful, or in the entryway as a quick seat as you put on or take off your shoes.

Handmade to order in about 6-8 weeks.

  • Design, lamination, molding, finish, and assembly by Ciseal in Troy, MI.
  • Layers of wood veneer are hand glued, layered and molded to shape.
  • Hand sanded and finished with hand-rubbed oil and wax.
  • Stainless steel binding posts fasten the legs to the seat
  • Rubber pads provide traction and protect surfaces from scratches.
  • Maple Veneer Inner Layers
  • Various Outer Veneers
  • Stainless steel binding posts
  • Rubber Floor Pads
  • Height: 17"
  • Seat Height: 17"
  • Width: 14.5"
  • Depth: 12"
  • Plywood Thickness: 0.75"
  • Weight: 6.2 lbs
  • Each stool is handmade from natural materials, so there will be some variation in color and wood grain.
  • The stool ships unassembled, but assembling the legs to the seat is a quick and straightforward task.