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The Mushroom stool is a flexible seating choice made to go with a variety of settings, especially busy restaurants and hotels. Its characteristic shape, which was influenced by mushrooms, combines comfort and robustness, making it appropriate for arduous usage in such settings. There are many versions of the mushroom stool that let users choose between upholstered or wooden seats. While the upholstered alternative gives an extra layer of comfort and may be tailored to complement the general design theme of the area, the wooden version offers a natural and rustic appeal. You may pair the stools with Mushroom coffee tables to make a seamless seating arrangement.

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The stool’s base is made of sheet metal, painted with an electrostatic powder coating. In addition to our standard RAL colors, we offer premium finishes such as brass, chrome, or the customer’s own choice. All the parts of the pouf skeletons are designed in 3D programs and cut with CNC machines. The skeleton is made from oak wood and poplar plywood with metal components. The zig-zag springs and elastic banding on the seating area make the sofa soft and comfortable. The foaming on the seat is 32- to 35-density comfort foaming with high resiliency. Upholstery is done using the dressing method. The cover can be replaced without harming the skeleton. Spare coverings are available for purchase. All fabrics are cut with CNC machines, so they come out in perfectly correct shapes. There are many options for upholstery textiles, such as artificial leather, velvet, woven fabric, linen, genuine leather, bouclé, and nubuck. Upholstery can be done using the customer’s own materials with approval from 5A Production. Height-adjustable black polypropylene glides are mounted under the feet, which prevents damaging the floor during dragging.

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