Eames Molded Plastic Counter Stool by Herman Miller
designed by Charles and Ray Eames
At A Glance: The counter stool is another entry in the list of modern updates of Charles and Ray Eames classics. Efficient, unique, attractive, creative, and popular; those words describe the Molded Plastic Counter Stool to a tee.
What's To Like: A sense of history, a sense of fun, and a legitimate art object in your home or office.
The Bottom Line:A beautiful stool with a proud history, and good price and fun, playful presence in any room of your home or office.
Charles and Ray Eames adapted molding techniques developed during World War II to mass produce this classic design. These molded plastic stools are faithful updates to the original chair design and are fully authentic, with modern materials to meet environmental requirements. Their enduring forms and quality construction make them comfortable, durable performers.
This is the most simple variation in the series. Four metal legs, elegantly tapered and polished, with strong connections to the base of the stool and ends that keep the stool from sliding or leaving marks on wood and tile flooring.
The Four Legged style is the most common because it is the most simple and has the least amount of aesthetic flourishing in the legs.
The Herman Miller Molded Plastic Counter Stool is also known by the following manufacturer Item Numbers: DSHCX.
About the Manufacturer
Materials: Plastic, Metal
Overall: 40.5" h x 18" w x 21.5" d
Seat Height: 25"
Assembly Required: No