Some interesting vintage stool designs include the double-spider swivel stool, four-legged factory machine stool and draftsman backless stool. Other vintage stools are the factory bar stool with leather seat, swivel stool and Toledo bar stool.
The factory bar stool with leather seat design has a short 12-inch leather chair back that folds seamlessly into the seat and is attached to a black iron finished metal frame. Another leather-seat stool has a round leather swivel seat and a foot bar located several inches from the bottom. The Toledo bar stool boasts steel legs and a footrest along with a wooden seat and back. At 29 inches tall, this nonadjustable stool is too tall for a traditional kitchen bar stool.
The intricately constructed American Industrial 621 stool has double-spider legs, four oxidized copper stell posts connected horizontally by more steel. The wooden, backless seat swivels. The 1940 aeronautics factory has a padded bar for a backrest. The back is adjustable to fit a range of body shapes.
The kerwer factory stool or creeper only measures 16 inches high with the oak base attached to four wheels for easy movement. The base is attached through bend steel straps on one side to a smaller oak seat.