All of our designs, including our chairs, are commercial quality and built to last for generations. When you buy quality, you only cry once. We’ve had numerous clients who bought cheap import chairs, only to have them fail within the first year. These are remarkably comfortable too. I’ve been using a Wright chair at my desk chair for months now.
Wright Chair – $495 (quantity discounts available)
We love the original Toledo Drafting chair by UHL, and came up with a new similar design. The seat is maple just like the original, and the back tilts for more comfort. The seat swivels and you can lock it to keep it still. These adjust in height 10″ using the screw mechanism, and they weigh around 37 lbs each. There is a dining – counter height version, and a counter to bar height version. We can also do custom stains on the wood as well as various steel patinas and paints.
Wright Stool – $395 (quantity discounts available)
Same design, with a 17″ round mahogany swiveling seat. This chair adjusts from 25″ – 35″ in height, 35lbs each.
Wright Dining Height Chair $495 to $795 (quantity discounts available)
Just like the taller version, this chair adjusts from dining to counter height. Can be customized with different wood stains, aged paint, with or without the foot ring, arms, brass accents & casters.
This is my favorite chair so far. We added aged brass accents, arms, casters, and did a dark steel patina with a light wood stain.
A Frame Bar Stool
The A Frame stool makes a nice companion for our A Frame table, or any bar height table for that matter. This stool tips the scales at 40 lbs, is 30″ in height, has a 16″ aged mahogany top, and 2 solid steel 1″ thick machine screws for a foot rest. As always, this piece is commercial quality and built to outlast you. Priced at $425 each, $1620 for 4, or $4620 for 12.
Metropolitan Bar Stool – $895
This chair was built to work at bar. It’s thick heavy base keeps it in place so there’s no need to bolt it down. The 1/2″ thick maple ply seat adjusts up and down in height from 25″ – 35″, and the back tilts for comfort. Can also be made with a foot rest, we chose to leave it off as most bars have one built in.
Boltdown Bar Stool – Price $325
Mahogany top bar stool, curved foot rest, thick cast iron bottom flange with four bolt holes, built to last forever.
The “I’m Bored” Stool – $795
I drew up this different design when I was really bored, hence the name! This non-boring chair is surprisingly comfortable and everybody wants to sit in it because of it’s unique shape and seat. Perfect if you have a bar needing patrons. The base is made from heavy gauge steel with beam construction, has a large screw for a footrest, steel tubing for a seat and a mahogany back rest. We can also make these as dining chairs with a larger backrest for $725 each.