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Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

Karapiro Stool NZ-Homeware

All Black

All Black

All Black

All Black

Karapiro Stool

$429.00 NZD

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New on the Ico Traders ranks, the Karapiro bar stool has crisscross metal legs with 2 different footrest heights, one for little people’s feet and the other for adults

The solid oak seat is made in New Zealand by a Christchurch craftsman, allowing them to hand shape & sand each piece, creating  every stool to be subtly different from the next & of a quality that will last a lifetime – NOT just a season.

Measures: 675mm high x  430mm wide x 400mm deep

Minimal assembly required: 4 x small screws per stool.

While we like to use sustainably grown white Oak, timber choice can be changed on request and we recommend Macrocarpa for outdoor use.

As timber is a natural product, direct sunlight will cause damage just like it does to our skin, so avoid placing your pieces in direct heat and sun where possible.

For a small fee we can also custom colour the legs to any Dulux powder colour you like, please choose the custom colour option in the drop down box and advise your colour choice in the notes at checkout.

ssembly required, flat-packed for delivery.

Click on the pictures for a closer look.

Further Details:

Product Size

Measures: 675mm high x  430mm wide x 400mm deep

Colours

All Black (with painted black seat) & White with Natual Oak seat

Custom colouring available: $60.00 per chair

Composition

Steel rod (PVDF basecoat then powder-coated)

Minimal assembly required: 4 x small screws per stool, assembly on arrival

Lead-in Time Often in stock, If we do not have the item in stock lead in times can vary from instant delivery to 14 weeks.
Questions Got questions about this product? Email our team at hi@theinside.co.nz for more info
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