1960's Solid Afromosia Uniflex Stool by Gunther Hoffstead
1960's dark teak afromosia wood reupholstered Uniflex stool designed by Gunther Hoffstead.
We love Uniflex furniture, especially pieces designed by Gunther Hoffstead. This quirky stool is no exception.
Originally created to match one of his signature dressing tables, the sled legs are a typical design feature of Hoffstead's pieces. The stool is built from solid afromosia wood (dark African teak) and professionally reupholstered in a cream and peach square fleck patterned fabric.
This would work well with most dressing tables or as a stylish hallway stool.
An elegant bedroom piece for Mid Century style lovers.
Materials: Solid afromosia wood. Repurposed with the addition of beech tapered legs and contrast stain on handles. Period: 1960s
Dimensions: W. 59cm - D. 42cm - H. 40cm
Condition: Excellent. Professionally stripped, sanded, and refinished to an exacting standard with a durable lacquer finish. May have minor age-related marks as would be expected of a vintage piece but do not detract from the overall appearance. Please see images as part of our item description. Has been professionally reupholstered.
Delivery: International shipping: please contact us with postcode for a quote. UK delivery free up to 100 miles of Beverley, HU17. Mileage cost applies thereafter.