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10 Easy Pieces: Kids’ Stools for the Bath

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10 Easy Pieces: Kids’ Stools for the Bath

April 8, 2020

For reaching grown-up-sized countertops and sinks, here are 10 kids’ stools for the bathroom, good-looking and versatile enough for other uses around the house.

The Liewood Ulla Step Stool, shown in Green Faune, is made of a blend of bamboo fiber and melamine; $53.95 at Scandiborn. The stool is also available in Mustard and Dumbo Grey.
Above: The Liewood Ulla Step Stool, shown in Green Faune, is made of a blend of bamboo fiber and melamine; $53.95 at Scandiborn. The stool is also available in Mustard and Dumbo Grey.
The HAY Solid Oak Butler Step Stool is $395 at MoMA Design Store.
Above: The HAY Solid Oak Butler Step Stool is $395 at MoMA Design Store.
Available through MARCH, the Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Step Stool is a short step up (7.5 inches) and is available in six different finishes of white oak for $460. For more than one kid, the Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Long Step Stool is over twice the length; $785.
Above: Available through MARCH, the Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Step Stool is a short step up (7.5 inches) and is available in six different finishes of white oak for $460. For more than one kid, the Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. Long Step Stool is over twice the length; $785.
The Ekobo Kids Step Stool is made of bamboo and food-grade melamine. Available in Off White (shown), Lemon, and Lagoon for $ at The Tot. Also available at Zangra in Belgium.
Above: The Ekobo Kids Step Stool is made of bamboo and food-grade melamine. Available in Off White (shown), Lemon, and Lagoon for $25 at The Tot. Also available at Zangra in Belgium.
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Above: IKEA’s Trogen Child’s Step Stool in Yellow is $19.
The Ferm Living Little Architect Stool comes in five colors and is designed for kids to stand on to brush their teeth or reach higher shelving; €95 at Ferm Living.
Above: The Ferm Living Little Architect Stool comes in five colors and is designed for kids to stand on to brush their teeth or reach higher shelving; €95 at Ferm Living.
On the higher end of the spectrum, the Le Corbusier-designed LC Stool for Cassina is a take on the classic apple box but can be handled from two sides; £58
Above: On the higher end of the spectrum, the Le Corbusier-designed LC14 Stool for Cassina is a take on the classic apple box but can be handled from two sides; £582 at TwentyTwentyOne.
The Pottery Barn Kids Classic Step Stool comes in one or two steps and in four different colors; $59 to $75.
Above: The Pottery Barn Kids Classic Step Stool comes in one or two steps and in four different colors; $59 to $75.
The Peg and Awl Step Stool comes in Oak, Walnut, and Blackened Oak for $loading=
Above: The Peg and Awl Step Stool comes in Oak, Walnut, and Blackened Oak for $115 at Verishop.
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Above: The KidKraft Step n’ Store Natural Stool is currently on sale for $29.74 at Bed Bath & Beyond.

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