Welcome to the Stool Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Stools
These stools have exceeded my expectations! I needed four to replace ugly plastic stools that my kiddos sit on at the coffee table, and now I almost don t want them to sit! Absolutely perfect, and I love that they re all a little different.
Great for the end of the bed
Trying to not decorate overly feminine in the master bedroom. It?s several years later and they are still strong and handsome stools.
"Many people might think that men can be better than women at woodcarving, but not in my area."
Floral Embroidered Cotton Stool from India, "Rajasthani Mandala"$99.95
This charming cotton stool by Indian designer Ganpat Mehta is handembroidered by women artisans in Rajasthan, India’s colorful “Land of Kings.” Standing atop acacia wood feet, the stool’s intricate stitching features a mandala - a Hindu representation of the universe and a guide on the path to enlightenment.
Wood Stool of Elephants Around a Tree in Brown from Thailand, "Around the Tree in Brown"$259.99
Parading around a tree, three elephants are carved by hand in this raintree wood stool from Thailand. Amporn works with local artisans, who give the stool a solid brown finish. The tree makes up the stool's central base.
Artisan Crafted Wood and Leather Square Stool from Peru, "Birds Among the Vines"$229
Now in his 80s, Peruvian master artisan Wilfredo Rios has no plan to retire. “My art is my life,” he says, and we’re proud to offer this example of his remarkable leatherwork. Made of mohena wood and richly hand-tooled leather with a grape and bird motif and brass nailheads, its design is inspired by intricate saddlework of the colonial era.
Fair Trade Embellished Ottoman Foot Stool from India, "Lapis Patchwork"$99.95
A patchwork of floral artistry brings Rajasthani elegance to this upholstered ottoman from India's Ganpat Mehta. Underscored by shades of blue, recycled swaths of fabric are diligently embroidered by women artisans in Rajasthan. Featuring sturdy iron rivets, the footstool stands on acacia wood legs, which are removable.
Recycled materials will vary, so please expect variations in patterns and color placement.