These innovative, character-filled stools and tables allow for customisation in size as well as colour
September 27th, 2012
Spun Milking Stool is a functional piece of furniture – a modern take on the classic three legged milking stool.
Conscious of efficient production processes and material usage these Australian crafted stools are made from high grade steel and reclaimed wood. The Stool is available in any of the Dulux powder coat colour range.
Spun Dining table complements the Spun Milking stool. Made from high grade steel and recycled Australian hardwood, the table top is also available in any of the Dulux powdercoat colours and can be customised.
Available in an array of sizes and heights, as well as customisable to suit your needs.
Designed by Justin Lamont for LifeSpaceJourney the Spun Collection is suitable for residential, contract, hospitality, living and office applications.
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