Exclusive to Prototype, Milk Stool is a fun and colourful space-saving seat for indoor and outdoor use.
November 1st, 2011
Milk Stool is a reinvention of the handy milk crate, incorporating its best elements for a durable, stackable seat that also looks good.
Available in 3 colours, the stool is a fun addition to any interior or exterior.
With its bi-directional stacking system, Milk Stool can be easily stacked and packed away when not in use – perfect for those moments when you need extra seats at short notice.
Milk Stool is GECA certified and comes with a 5 year warranty.
Protoype Commercial Furniture
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