The Miranda Stool

The Miranda Stool combines the ease of a stool and the comfort of a chair.  The design by Matthew Sellens explores the elemental forms found when sculpting by hand.   After sketches and a scale model, templates were used to cut wood shapes for the seat and legs.  And over the course of a few prototypes, Matthew refined the flowing lines of the stool.   See more of our furniture at SylvanRay.


Given the compound curves and organic lines of the stool, it was clear to Matthew and his collaborator, Xander Bremer, that creating multiples by hand was not sensible .    After the final prototype was captured with a 3D scan, Xander guided the stool through the exacting process of machining on CNC and streamlined the steps for fabrication. 

If you're interesting in having stools made in oak, walnut or ash, please contact us here.





Walnut Table with Bronze Legs

A live-edge Oregon Walnut slab table.  Bronze legs in a modified wishbone.  Happily, this was another urban salvaged lumber project.  9'L  x 4'W

White-washed Douglas Fir Table

A hand-crafted Douglas Fir kitchen or dining table from an urban salvaged slab. The tabletop is a single piece of wood which is especially rare for a fir table.  The sides of the table top are hand-shaped. The legs were turned on a lathe.  The top is white-washed with a hard-wax oil finish.   6'L  x 33'W