Retro Webbing Stool Black by HK Living is handmade retro style stool made of wood and cane. We like to use it on its own around the house, practical occasional seating for the extra guest at dinner. Match it with our Brooklyn Desk
Retro Webbing Stool Black available in Natural finish
- colour: Black
- dimensions: 35x35x50cm
- product length/depth (cm): 35
- product width (cm): 35
- product height (cm): 50
- product diameter (cm): 35
- product weight (gr): 1800
- material: Sunkai wood/ rattan
- outdoor use: No
- maximum carrying weight KG: 80
ON TREND: This year has seen a huge surge in the popularity of cane webbing furniture and whether you’re going for that British colonial look or something altogether more modern, the material looks lovely and is easy to work with. So what is cane webbing ?
What is Cane Webbing?
Cane webbing is machine-woven patterned sheets or mesh that look similar to rattan or wicker. It’s generally stretched across a wooden frame to produce items such as chair seats, cabinet doors or even light shades, but it can also be used in a variety of other creative ways. The result is lightweight furniture that is airy and durable
HK Living is a Dutch furniture and interior design brand that offers a beautiful collection of furniture and interior decoration products in a style that is original and pure, with a contemporary twist.
The design team of HK Living has a global vision, which is clearly visible in the design of their furniture and interior decoration products. Many of the HKLiving furniture pieces and decoration products are inspired by traditional interior styles and present a refreshing mix of Industrial, Scandinavian, Vintage and Ethnic interior design.
HKLiving furniture and interior decoration products of are made of natural products, such as recycled teak, rattan, metal, copper, marble and ceramic. Especially the HKLiving rattan chairs, rattan bar stools are the highlight of this moment and blend in perfectly with today`s interior decoration trends.
Sander Klaver and Emiel Hetsen founded HKLiving in the Netherlands in 2009. The initials of both their last names have been used to create the brand name HKliving. Today HKLiving is present in more than 30 countries worldwide while the headquarters is based in Dronten, the Netherlands.