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Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools

comments (3) July 31st, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

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Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks
Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks
Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks
Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks
Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks
 
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Sculpted Cherry Bar Stools built by Paul Lemiski - Canadian Woodworks


A beautiful yet comfortable bar stool designed and built to last generations. With its hand sculpted seat and great lumbar support you'll never want to get up.

Shown in Canadian Cherry approximately 21"W x 20"D x 33"H

This is Scott Morrisons design I purchased the templates and video for the contemporary bar stool. I then modified his design by removing the arms adjusting the curve on the back rest, but the most significant design change was to sink the Maloof joint of the front leg completely into the seat, made a much more clean flowing feel and look. As well it saves a bit of width room at your counter or bar.

The wood is local Canadian black cherry that was milled and kiln dried locally, I've had it for about 2 years and I'm extremely happy with the lumber. What character!

You can see the build process of these stools on my blog

Thanks as always for having a look, keep your blade in the wood.

Thank you for having a look!

Paul


Design or Plan used: My own design - Armless Contemporary

posted in: Reader's Gallery, chair, modern, cherry, maloof, lemiski, bar stool, sculpted


Comments (3)

TimR TimR writes: Very nice. I can't wait to try sculpted chair project like this. The extended foot-rest/stretcher is a nice touch.
Posted: 1:24 pm on August 3rd

Canadian_Woodworks Canadian_Woodworks writes: Thank you - Hayes Furniture Design
Posted: 11:12 pm on August 1st

HayesFurnitureDesign HayesFurnitureDesign writes: The front leg joint detail is nice
Posted: 6:03 pm on July 31st

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