Versatile use as an barrel stool or oil drum table
Beautify your home with our multi-talent ‘Noa’! This oil barrel stool/table is not only a real eye-catcher, but also extremely practical. Whether as a side table, bedside table or stool – ‘Noa’ is versatile and gives every room that certain something extra.
A special thing about this piece of furniture is that it is made from recycled materials. The divided 200 liter oil drums are converted into a stable stool/table. That cutting edge has a black edge protection that provides additional safety. It’s retro style is perfectly rounded off by the matt varnishes.
The seat or table area is made from former disposable pallets. The slats are sanded clean, flamed and painted to achieve a perfect finish. Each ‘Noa’ is unique and made by hand. With our barrel stool ‘Noa’ you are not only buying a piece of furniture, but also a piece of sustainability. By using recycled materials, you make a valuable contribution to environmental protection. Convince yourself of the unique quality and charm of our oil barrel stool/table ‘Noa’. Order today and give your home the perfect retro look!
There are great extensions for the ‘Noa’ oil drum stool: With the practical roller board, it can now be rolled instead of pushed. If you use it as a seat, you can enjoy an additional gain in comfort with our stylish and comfortable seat cushion with double-stitch diamond seam. If you use this oil barrel furniture as a table, you can also turn it into a glass table, simply order the round 70 centimeter glass table top. Just put it on and you’re done. Another upgrade is the customization of the ‘Tonnen Tumult’ oil drum furniture by applying your logo using digital printing stickers.
A little note about upcycling oil barrel furniture
The barrel furniture from ‘Tonnen Tumult’ oildrum.shop is of high quality and optically exudes a unique charm. These are so-called upcycling products – former industrial goods have been modified into a new piece of furniture. As a result, there may be occasional small dents in the metal and nail holes on the wooden boards under the fresh paint. These mini blemishes are intentional and add to the retro industrial style! Slight scratches in the bottom fold can also occur; however, these are only on the underside of the furniture and remain hidden when in use.