Created by Charles and Ray Eames in 1960 to accent the lobbies of the Time-Life Building, the Eames Turned Stool is now a staple in homes across the world. Functioning as a seat or a side table, the stool is unparalleled for its craftsmanship, versatility, and geometric beauty.
New Shape for a Timeless Design
Originally conceived in a variety of styles in 1960, the formerly named Eames Walnut Stool was manufactured in only three shapes—until now. Discover an expanded archival design and new finish for the Eames Turned Stool.
The Art of Versatility
The sculptural stool is available in a range of distinctive shapes, but all have a concave top and bottom. Ray Eames described the design element as deep enough to provide a seat yet shallow enough to balance a cup of coffee.