Quinze & Milan’s Pilot Stool – New Colors For The Popular Design

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An exploration of form and function, the Quinze & Milan Pilot Stools provide a minimal take on the archetypal chair design. Originally available only in timeless black and white, the popular stools now come in a wider range of colors. The brand recently added four gorgeous shades to the collection: red, gold, and army, as well as the more subtle off-white tone. The new stools maintain the same clean lines and simple aesthetic of the first Pilot Stool, but bring a touch of vibrancy to modern interiors.

Made of polypropylene foam, the seats boast both slightly glossy and matte surfaces. European oak legs with an oiled finish add a touch of organic charm to the design. They also attach quickly via a threaded connection, making assembly as easy as possible. Available in three sizes, the new Pilot Stool suits various applications. It comes in a standard, kitchen, and bar version, to complement any room in style. You can find both the original black and white models as well as the new collection in our shop.

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