Light but sturdy: Barstuul by Quartertwenty

Bartstuul is a modern barstool with asymmetrical footrest levels to accommodate the height of the user.

Portland-based architectural hardware and furniture designer Quartertwenty has launched Bartstuul, a modern barstool with asymmetrical footrest levels to accommodate the height of the user.

Barstuul ships with a choice of three finishes of anodized or powder-coated aluminum, with solid white oak, walnut or birch seating. It is compatible with table/countertops from 36” to 42” tall. The stools are made to order and take two to four weeks to ship after an order is placed.

Quartertwenty, founded in 2007, has a fabrication facility in Portland.

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