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25 1/2″W x 16″D x 14 1/2″H

– Flared Legs
– Priced for Fabric

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Barrington Footstool

SKU: 7889

Brown Maple
Q.S. White Oak
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  • 5% off entire order

    $500 - $2999
  • 8% off entire order

    $3000 - $4999
  • 10% off entire order

    $5000 - $7999
  • 13% off entire order

    $8000 - over
**Discounts do not apply to outdoor furniture.
***Discounts do not apply to shipping costs.

Barrington Footstool

Your living room looks great. You have a sofa you love and tables to complement it. Your chairs also offer the right balance of comfort and support. Before you declare that room done, however, consider adding a footstool or two. Footstools allow you to put up your feet following a long week at work or a busy day around the house. When you add a footstool to your living room, you get a useful piece that people of all ages will use. Plus, it looks great with any decor style. 

Our Barrington Footstool will fit in with your existing decor. The footstool is made from solid wood and handcrafted in the USA, like all the furniture we sell. We offer the footstool in four wood types, including cherry and brown maple. You can also select a stain to preserve the wood’s natural grain. Our choices include Honeywood S-2, Black Walnut and more. 

The furniture we sell is created by Amish artisans, who grew up observing how to make these beautiful pieces. Our artisans learned from a young age about the best techniques for furniture-making, including how to create mortise and tenon jointing. The Amish never use electric tools, and instead rely on pneumatic or hand ones. The result of their labor is attractive, durable pieces that will stand out in your home. Our customers love them so much, they often refer to our furniture as “heirloom-quality.” 

We provide daily discounts of up to 33% off all our furniture, and we also post monthly specials on our homepage. Contact us today to learn more about the Barrington Footstool.