Footstool, from the French "tabourette", is a low, upholstered, wicker, wire  etc. seating furniture without backrest and armrests, intended  as a seat for one person.

The original draft was the four-legged or three-legged stool used by breeders of cattle for milking farm animals. Later, in the 17th century, is becoming a popular furniture type of european interior culture as a complement to the dressing tables, or solitary complement placed along the wall. Footstools became the most populat mainly in Baroque and Rococo period.

Gallery samples of our work, footstools made to order.

(Prices of footstools vary according to the difficulty of the design from 205 to 615 euros)