Petite, African stools that pack a big punch


Small Wonders

Sometimes all it takes is one small change to reinvigorate a space. Case in point? The mighty stool. These awesome accents come in myriad shapes, colors, and styles, making them the perfect go-to for an easy interior update.

Our African stool collection is full of high impact yet adaptable pieces—every one a guaranteed conversation starter. These contemporary works are made of sustainably harvested Panga Panga wood produced in collaboration between the Botswana craftsmen at Mabeo and international design stars. Trust us, these are truly works of art.

Kika Stools, made of Panga Panga wood; a collaboration between Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola and the Botswana-based studio of Peter Mabeo. Kika Stools, made of Panga Panga wood; a collaboration between Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola and the Botswana-based studio of Peter Mabeo.

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Urquiola-Sefefo-2 Sefefo Color Series Stool, another collaboration between Urquiola and Mabeo

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An homage to an iconic midcentury design by Enzo Mari, the Ipe Stool is a collaboration between Peter Mabeo's Botswana studio and Venetian designer Luca Nichetto. An homage to an iconic midcentury design by Enzo Mari, the Ipe Stool is a collaboration between Peter Mabeo's Botswana studio and Venetian designer Luca Nichetto.

The Ipe Stool also sits perfectly beside the Ipe Bench. The Ipe Stool also sits perfectly beside the Ipe Bench.

Mabeo-thuthu3 The Thuthu Stool is named for the Batswana word for mushroom and produced by local artisans from sustainably harvested wood. A collaboration between Mabeo and Canadian designer Patty Johnson.

Mabeo-thuthu-2 Thuthu Stool in red

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