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Cast aside your boots and rest your tired legs on this sturdy stool table.

The Gymkhana stool table is named in reference to the saddle stitched detailing across the girth of this sturdy, oval shaped piece of furniture.

Gymkhana isn’t, like some stools, a monolithic slab and it absolutely won’t be a much-cursed ‘shin basher’. The lozenge shape, and the proportions are very pleasing, with the frame and the legs tucked neatly under the cushion. We feel that this is a very versatile design, suitable for many interiors but particularly a contemporary style.

The cushion is a good density, firm enough to safely support trays of drinks and nibbles or cakes. Equally, it is comfortable to perch on as ‘ad hoc’ seating.

We love Gymkhana as it is shown, in tabac leather, but should you prefer a different fabric we would be happy to work with you to arrange this.



Author's Own

Gymkhana Stool Table - ottoman by Charlotte James Furniture for AUTHOR

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  • Exquisitely handcrafted in Edinburgh for AUTHOR's exquisite collections.

    Seen here upholstered in leather. The leather has been saddle-stitched across the top. The base and tapered legs are in a light oak wood finish. We have many leathers available to upholster this piece. Samples are available upon request, please get in touch to let us know what tone you are looking for. If you would prefer to upholster in your own fabric, we will require 3 metres of material.


  • Width: 134cm
    Depth: 99cm
    Height: 48cm
    Seat height: 40 cm

  • Between 6 and 8 weeks.

  • For spills on the leather, wipe with a clean, absorbent cloth or sponge. If necessary, use a lightly damp, soft cloth with lukewarm water and let it air dry. Do not use soap or soak the stain heavily. Do not use cleaning solvent or abrasive cleaners. Should a stain persist then cleaning by a professional is advised. Be aware that direct sunlight can fade strong colours of leather.