The most simple type of office stool is armless and backless, with a seat height range of 16 to 26 inches, appropriate for standard office desks. These stools, also called desk stools, often have three or four fixed legs or a pedestal base. Many three- or four-legged desk stools are equipped with footrests to enable a wide range of movement. These office stools are well-suited to creative or collaborative work that requires one to pivot frequently or reach laterally. Some desk stools may be rolling stool chairs, with casters to enable greater mobility. Other desk stool features include a swivel seat or height adjustment mechanism.
Herman Miller desk stools range from modest to sophisticated in design. For a dependable, durable seat that won’t inhibit upper body movement, consider the Magis Deja-vu Stool, a simple, four-legged desk stool with a footrest for added support. If you’re looking for a seat with adjustability, choose the Magis Tom & Jerry Stool, a height-adjustable tripod stool. For visual impact, choose the sculptural Capelli Stool or the versatile Eames Walnut Stool, a solid wood pedestal that can function as a stool or side table.