Tractor seat stools add a rustic yet modern touch to a kitchen; here’s a trio of options.
Above: Architect Annabelle Selldorf’s own kitchen features a BassamFellows tractor stool (via the New York TImes Magazine; photograph by Anthony Cotsifas, courtesy of BassamFellows).
Above: The BassamFellows Tractor Stool in walnut finish is $1,400 (also available in ash or teak); the bar stool is 32.25 inches high and the counter stool is 26.25 inches high.
Above: Sebastian Wrong’s Heidi Stools for Established & Sons are available in white, black, or red pigmented polyurethane resin and oiled European Oak; inspired by a tractor seat and a milking stool.
Above: The Perch Barstool with steel frame and reclaimed teak seat is $398 at Anthropologie.