We call this charming piece the Rock-a-Bye Stool, and because of its petite size and simple cubic design, you can use it in myriad ways.
In the kitchen, it’s a stylish step stool. In the nursery, it’s a child-size seat or a footstool for the rocker. On the balcony, it fits right in as a side table for your Old Fashioned. No doubt there’s a unique spot for the Rock-a-Bye in your home.
And the size and function of this four-legged beauty are not even its best features. That honor is reserved for its materials: genuine reclaimed fishing boat wood, straight from the oceans of Southeast Asia.
The tabletop retains its natural finish of bright weathered paint and wood grain. The mid-century tapered legs are renewed with white zero-emission paint. The combination is a thoroughly modern and eco-friendly piece that has a colorful history.
Our reclaimed wood furnishings are built by hand in local workshops, maintaining both the pedigree and quality of traditional construction methods. The result is an heirloom piece that is not out of place in an upscale home filled with natural materials.
When you’re deciding where to place the Rock-a-Bye, think indoors and out. The marine-grade teak is water-resistant, durable in all weather, and further protected by an organic water-based sealant.