Item #SEA249

6 in stock (can be backordered)

$525.00

Many bar chairs are understated and monochrome, but the Even Keel Bar Chair is happy to stand large and proud, drawing all the attention it can get. Like the paint-splattered floorboards of an artist’s studio, the reclaimed fishing boat wood in this bar chair delights the eye with juxtapositions of color and texture.

  • Dimensions: 18″ W x 18″ D x 45″ H
  • Seat: 18″ W x 18″ D
  • Seat Height: 31″
  • Chair Back: 18″ W x 14″ H
  • Seat and Chair Back Thickness: 1″
  • Footrest: 10″ from floor, 20″ to seat
  • Leg: 1″ W x 1″ D x 30″ H
  • Weight: 41 pounds

Many bar chairs are understated and monochrome, but the Even Keel Bar Chair is happy to stand large and proud, drawing all the attention it can get.

Like the paint-splattered floorboards of an artist’s studio, the reclaimed fishing boat wood in this bar chair delights the eye with juxtapositions of color and texture. And its previous life on the oceans of Southeast Asia imparts a genuine history that’s worth treasuring.

Because of the natural water-resistance in the marine-grade teak, the Even Keel Bar Chair is a natural fit for outdoor use. Place a row along the pool deck for post-swim relaxation. Indoors, this piece makes a bold statement at the breakfast bar or in the billiard room.

The Even Keel Bar Chair is a sturdy piece with solid wood construction that’s built to last. We handcraft all of our eco-friendly furnishings in local workshops using traditional construction methods. The curated color schemes have a distinct coastal feel.

The legs and frame of this bar chair are refreshed with a coat of white zero-emission paint. The entire piece is then finished with an organic water-based sealant to protect its unique patina.

If you’re looking for a full bar set, consider the similarly styled On the Rocks Bar Table. And if you’d like high seating without the chair back, you’ll find it in the Aloft Counter Stool.

EcoChic reclaimed wood furnishings are handcrafted from Southeast Asian fishing boats. The wood originally comes from teak plantations in Java, which are managed for sustainability by a state-owned forestry company. Because the wood is marine-grade, it is more durable and resistant to moisture and condensation, and it adapts to changes in weather and season.

The reclaimed wood used in EcoChic pieces is selected by hand from fishing boats that are no longer water-safe. We only use boards that are 100% straight and intact, with no warping or damage. The unique weathered paint is preserved and enhanced through careful cutting and sanding. To protect its color and texture, we finish every piece with a water-based organic semi-gloss sealant.

Some EcoChic furnishings are accented with fresh white paint — we use Benjamin Moore Natura, a 100% acrylic paint with zero VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and zero emissions. Some pieces also use reclaimed iron that comes from dismantled bridges.

Cleaning is simple — just wipe gently with soap and water. Do not use strong liquid cleaners.

EcoChic furnishings, made from highly durable marine-grade reclaimed wood, are naturally water-resistant and stand up well to heavy use. As a result, our pieces are perfect for outdoor spaces and for high-wear interior applications like tabletops and seating.

Each piece is treated with a water-based organic semi-gloss finish. Low in harmful VOCs (volatile organic compounds), this sealant is comparable to oil-based varnish for its high resistance to abrasion, water, and solvents. As the sealant cures, the molecules become cross-linked in a lattice-like pattern that is much more durable than the single-strand bonds formed by conventional water-based finishes. The semi-gloss sealant gives surfaces a very slight shine.

Every EcoChic piece is one-of-a-kind because our reclaimed fishing boat wood is a natural and unique material that can’t be duplicated. Our product images capture the essentials of each piece, but they can’t show all the possible variations in wood grain, color, texture, and overall appearance.

To create consistency between pieces, we combine the boatwood we find into color schemes. When you order a product from a particular color scheme, you can be confident that the product you receive will look similar in color, although not identical, to the one pictured. Two pieces from the same color scheme will coordinate nicely. And of course, you can mix and match between color schemes as well.

If a particular product is available in more than one color scheme, you can see the color options by clicking the CHANGE COLOR button. If you don’t see the button, then the color scheme pictured is the only one available.