Far Sister Stool from Dzierlenga F+UHudson Valley, New York Visit Their Site
Reminiscent of a piece you might find in the stable or workshop, the Far Sister Stool is simply timeless. “Three-legged stools are a calling card of sorts for furniture makers, or a way to exemplify personal aesthetic,” says designer Casey Dzierlenga. “For that reason, I enjoy re-creating many primitive pieces with a more modern tone.” The stool pictured is built from white oak from a storm-felled tree found in Quaker Pennsylvania, with signature milk-paint accents. Dzierlenga’s influences include Scandinavian designs, her own “wiley relationship with the woods,” and the creative discourse generated among her fellow Upstate makers.