Designed in 1959 for the Time-Life Building in New York City, the Eames Walnut Stool is one of the most famous occasional design pieces by Ray Eames. The Time-Life building was one of the largest skyscrapers in New York, and this stool was designed by Ray Eames to accompany her husband Charles Eames’ chairs that also appeared in the lobby.
Crafted from solid wood, the Eames Walnut stools have been described as reminiscent of chess pieces and are incredibly versatile - while they may be stools in name, the Eames Walnut Stools are also perfect as plant stands and accent pieces for reception areas, homes, and offices, as well as a place to sit.
- Solid Wood construction
- Use it as a seat, a side table, or a design feature
- Available in three different variations
Three different styles create unique combinations
Just like the originals, HomeQ’s Replica Eames Walnut Stools are available in three different variations. Pick out a single piece, or combine two or three different styles to create your own unique look.