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Giveaway: Enter to Win a Sawkille Drink Stool (Worth $1,100)

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Giveaway: Enter to Win a Sawkille Drink Stool (Worth $1,100)

February 22, 2021

We’ve been following Sawkille Co., the makers of heirloom-quality hardwood furniture in upstate New York, since way back in 2010, when their impeccably made wares first came to our attention. Over the course of a decade, we’ve admired the way Sawkille takes heritage-inspired forms and makes them distinctly fresh feeling in their no-waste workshop in Kingston, NY. As Fan wrote in one 2019 post, their designs, from benches and tables to drawer pulls and cutting boards, “feel both surprising and relevant.”

This winter, we’re partnering with Sawkille for a limited-time giveaway: Enter here and follow Sawkille Co. on Instagram at @sawkillecompany before midnight EST on March 7th for a chance to win one of their iconic pieces: the Drink Stool, a $1,100 value.

The winner will be able to customize their stool from a selection of materials (American black walnut, hard maple, white oak, sycamore, or ash) and finishes; delivery of the stool is also included in the prize.

Read on for more of what we love about this classic, clean-lined stool—then head here for a chance to win.

The three-legged Drink Stool is crafted in Sawkille’s Kingston workshop from sustainably forested wood and stands  inches high. It’s available in a wide variety of wood species and finishes; shown here is bleached maple. (See the wide array of options here.)
Above: The three-legged Drink Stool is crafted in Sawkille’s Kingston workshop from sustainably forested wood and stands 20 inches high. It’s available in a wide variety of wood species and finishes; shown here is bleached maple. (See the wide array of options here.)
The stool’s stature makes it versatile for all over the house—as a side table or even a nightstand. Shown here is the stool in oiled American black walnut.
Above: The stool’s stature makes it versatile for all over the house—as a side table or even a nightstand. Shown here is the stool in oiled American black walnut.
The winner will be able to customize their stool from the selection of woods and finishes; this is the stool in bleached walnut.
Above: The winner will be able to customize their stool from the selection of woods and finishes; this is the stool in bleached walnut.
The slim-lined Drink Stool, at left. (At right is the taller Tall Stool.)
Above: The slim-lined Drink Stool, at left. (At right is the taller Tall Stool.)
Just four options from the wide array of woods and finishes, from left to right: ebonized, oiled, and bleached American black walnut and bleached maple.
Above: Just four options from the wide array of woods and finishes, from left to right: ebonized, oiled, and bleached American black walnut and bleached maple.

Click here to enter for a chance to win, and for the full terms and conditions, head here. To see a list of recent giveaways (and winners), click here.

And for more of Sawkille’s made-to-last offerings, check out their site.

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