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Kensington - Reclaimed Barnwood Stool

Main Finish Color
Pewter - Stain
Onyx (OCS-230) - Stain
Clear (OCS-100) - Stain
Medium (OCS-110) - Stain
Provincial (OCS-112) - Stain
Husk (OCS-120) - Stain
White w/ Black Glaze - Premium Finish
White w/ Brown Glaze - Premium Finish
As Shown (Blue Paint with Medium Stain Top)


  • Crafted from Reclaimed Barn Wood 
  • Amish Handcrafted in America
  • Multiple Finish Options
    Wood Type:  Reclaimed Barn Wood (American Oak)


      Are you interested in changing something about this stool to better suit the needs of your home? Ask us about our customization options. We can help you create the perfect piece for your home.

      You can learn more about our furniture customization options here.

      Contact our furniture design experts today to learn more about our custom furniture process. 

      Finish Options

      The Kensington Reclaimed Barn Wood Bar Stool is available in a variety of stain colors or multi-step premium finish options to complete the look of your furniture.

      Select the color that you want your chair(s) finished in from the options above. It can be finished in all one color or two-toned as shown with a different color for the seat.

      Finish Shown: Blue Paint & Medium Stained Seat

      Note: Colors may look a bit different in person due to variations in the wood grain and because of the color settings on your computer monitor. 


      Contact Us

      Contact The Wood Reserve Team today with questions or for ordering assistance.


      Phone: 941-730-2460

      Lead Time

      Quality takes time. Since our furniture is handcrafted to order by skilled Amish craftsmen, it can take time to make sure it is done right.

      Demand for handcrafted furniture has also increased significantly making our wood shops much busier right now. The lead time for this wood shop is currently between 10 & 14 weeks. 

      Note: Lead times may vary and could be more or less than the estimated build time depending on material supplies and current work load of the wood shop.

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