Under the creative direction of founder Emily Bode, New York City-based label BODE is mostly for its intricate knits and unique garments, made by combining old fabrics with long-lost production techniques. Still, the brand doesn’t stop at eye-catching apparel, having recently expanded into home decor pieces.
Made in collaboration with Green River Project, LLC — a furniture design studio based in New York City — BODE’s stools are true to the brand’s roots, as they’re inspired by old traditions. In 1904, Purdue University seniors began the tradition of wearing yellow corduroy pants featuring intricate decorations. The half-moon-shaped stools arrive with a yellow corduroy seat, boasting hand-drawings honoring poet Marcel Broodthaers.
Hand-crafted from coffee-stained wood, BODE’s stools are now available to shop at the brand’s website, sporting high-end price tags of $2,000. If you’re looking for some truly unique home decor to upgrade your pad, though, these stools should be worth the investment.
Take a closer look at BODE’s new stools below.
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- Curated by: Rhianna Matthews