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Choose your design...

St Columb

A plain upholstered top with piping and a matching border.

A classic design which works well with a patterned or statement fabric. Option of self piping (piping made up in same fabric to match) or contrast piping.

St Columb Footstool
St Eval Footstool

St Eval

A simplified version of our St Columb footstool, the top fabric is wrapped all the way over making it a great design if you are wanting to showcase your chosen fabric. 


Upholstered wrap over, with no borders or piping but finished with a pulled seam detail, simplicity at its finest, works great with a plain fabric.

Penrose Footstool
Daymer Footstool


A deep buttoned upholstered top, with a matching border. Option of self piping and matching buttons or contrast piping and/or buttons. 

A great statement piece.


A loose cushioned top, choose from either a feather or foam insert to add ultimate comfort to your footstool.

The option of self piping or contrast piping to the cushion and/or stool base. 

Abbotsbury Footstool
St Thomas Footstool

St Thomas

A contemporary and deep design offering plenty of space for storage. Hinged so easy to open, closing arms available. Raised on bun feet.

Pick your fabric...

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Choose your materials...

Traditional Upholstery:

Made using traditional methods and materials.

We first start with black and white herringbone webbing, hessian is then added on top of the webbing adding additional strength. Coir or a hair mix is then rolled and tied into place using stuffing ties. Cotton felt is then positioned on top of the coir/hair mix adding another layer of padding. The stool will then be finished with a FR barrier cloth before being upholstered with your chosen top coat fabric. 

Contemporary Upholstery:

Made using contemporary materials. 

Foam is placed on top of a wooden base, used to create the first layer of padding. Dacron is then positioned on top of the foam. The stool will then be finished with a FR barrier cloth before being upholstered with your chosen top coat fabric.

Choose your leg...

Traditional turned leg

Traditional leg:

Our traditional style leg is hand turned out of Sapele Hardwood by a local wood turner in Devon. A classic style which works well with most of our footstool designs. The leg is built into the footstool frame.

Dimensions: H21cm x W5cm

Bobbin style leg

Bobbin leg:

Adding a contemporary touch, our bobbin leg is turned out of beech hardwood. This design works well with most of our footstool models. This leg is screwed into the footstool frame.


Dimensions: H25cm x W8cm

Add your finishing touches...


Our quality castors are available in brass, antique brass and chrome. Other finishes could be available on request. Castors can be added for a practical purpose, to give extra height or for easy manoeuvrability or purely decorative.

castor cups


Piping can be used to add definition and detail to a footstool. Self piping is piping made up in the same fabric as the top coat fabric. An alternative option would be to use a contrast piping if you wanted the piping to stand out.

St Eval Footstool

Castor Cups:

Castor cups are designed to protect your flooring from castors wheels. We have matching castor cups available to blend in with the castor of your choice.

Available in brass, antique brass and chrome.

St Columb Footstool

Close Nails:

Traditionally used to cover the edge of the material on furniture. The close nails are pushed into place using a lightweight upholstery hammer. Looks great above the top of our traditional leg.



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Can I supply my own legs?

Yes, we carefully select our legs to ensure our footstools are made solid and suitable to withstand everyday use, as long as we feel the leg will offer satisfactory stability, we are happy to alter the legs to your specification.

Need help choosing fabric?

Chosen your fabric already?

Please refer to our fabric page for more info. Click here.

How do we organise delivery?

It is of utmost importance to us to ensure all of our furniture is delivered to all our customers in the same condition that it left the workshop, we only use couriers who we know and trust. We will organise a suitable date for delivery with you and then our trusty couriers will keep you updated on their estimated time of delivery.

What is the lead time?

As soon as your fabric has arrived at our workshop we will confirm a completion date. Lead time is 4-6 weeks on receipt of the fabric, however we will always try our best to meet any deadlines you may have.

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