If you are familiar with Jay Blades, from the Repair Shop and Money for Nothing on TV, then you know his passion for restoring and creating beautiful works of art from old furniture. These stools are a perfect example of the creativity and delight found in his work.
“You know my thoughts on waste, I wanted to create something special with all the beautiful fabric offcuts from my upholstery work. And these are the result”.– Jay Blades
A simple modern take on a traditional stool, the Nought and Crosses range features two different designs. You guessed it – Noughts and Crosses. The stools are designed by Michael Sodeau for Modus and are solid oak wood with a clear lacquer and feature a red, orange or black steel powder coated footrest. They have been given the Jay&Co treatment with beautiful fabric covered padded seats in some of my favourite designs.
“I’ve loved spending time getting these little beauties ready for you. Think they are a winner! What do you think?”– Jay blades
Price is per stool.
Width: 39 cm Height: 45cm Depth: 39cm
Whilst we spend a lot of time sympathetically restoring each item, some natural wear and tear should still be expected – we believe this adds to the general appeal of each item as it makes it truly unique.