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  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Stool is a simply designed stool that is available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat. The stool comes in a variety of color finishes, making it a versatile furnishing.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Red Oak 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 2
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 2 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid or slatted seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 25" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Stool is a simply designed stool that is available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat. The stool comes in a variety of color finishes, making it a versatile furnishing.
  • Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
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    Staach Cain Maple 30" Kitchen Stool
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Kitchen Stool is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The stool can be used at a kitchen table, as additional seating in a living room, or even as a side table in a pinch. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this stool comes in a variety of color finishes.
  • Staach Cain Maple Chair
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    Staach Cain Maple Chair
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Chair is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The chair can be used at a dining room or kitchen table, or as additional seating in a living room. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this chair is an elegant seating option.
  • Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
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    Staach Cain Maple Bench 1
    Designed by Seth Eshelman in 2006, the Cain furniture series was conceived from a need for simple, accessible furniture. Ranging stools, benches, and chairs, the Cain Collection encompasses the Staach brand�s focus on sustainability in design and manufacturing. The wood used in each Cain furnishing comes directly from American mills and is then fabricated by hand with limited use of tools. The choice to reduce tool usage is a purposeful one�it helps achieve a higher level of sustainability by limiting the manufacturing carbon footprint. The Cain Bench 1 is comprised of clean lines and a simple silhouette. The bench can be used in an entryway, as additional seating in a living room, or even at a dining room table. Available with a solid, slatted, or hand-woven seat, this bench comes in a variety of color finishes.
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