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Marks & Spencer does Eames with Perfect wooden stool


If you can't afford a Charles & Ray Eames stool, you can always go for something in the same line off the high street – like the Marks & Spencer Perfect wooden stool.

The originals were designed in 1960s by the mid-century maestros, part of a commission for the lobbies of the Rockefeller Center in New York, made of solid walnut with a turned wood look.

The Marks & Spencer version offers the same turned wood look, only this time in Sheesham wood, which has a chestnut colour. And for a much cheaper price too – £99 compared to around £700 for an original.

Find out more at the Marks & Spencer website

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