WooHoo! The time has come for me to release a very exciting project I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. As my contribution to a recent group project for Lincoln Electric, I designed and fabricated a Grenade Stool from 11 gauge carbon steel that came out looking incredible. The design is super sturdy and damn near bomb proof (lol….see what I did there? lol). I showcased it for the first time at FabTech 2017 and the reception was so great I decided to offer them as a purchase item to the public. They’re available in either wood or metal at your choice of an 18″ or 22″ tall version. Both are CNC cut for a very precise fit and can be found at grenadestool.com to learn more and to enter the giveaway for your chance to win your very own Grenade Stool free of charge. : )
As you can see these pieces of furniture resemble an old WW2 “Pineapple” hand grenade. With different sizes and materials available you can decide which of the options works best for you. If you think building one of these sounds like a lot of fun, I’m right there with you. Consequently I’m offering a “kit” option so you can join in some of the building fun. I think the tall and short kits make for a really fun family project. The kit version comes with access to an assembly video showing you the basics of how I assemble them.
These work perfectly as a cool end table to compliment nearly any space. However, if the need arises, the smaller version can quickly double as a sitting stool around the kitchen island, family table, or in the shop while you handle the spanners on whatever you may be working on.
Ultimately I think this is a really versatile piece of furniture that has a ton of character and is a guaranteed conversation starter. If you or someone you know may be interested in an incredibly unique piece of furniture I’ve created a very smooth website to streamline the check-out process. Head over to grenadestool.com to learn a bit more about the available options.
Thank you so much for stopping by to learn about this exciting project. I really appreciate your support and will see you on whatever it is I build next.
Cheers – April