Industrial Bar Stools

I built this industrial style stool for my kitchen area. I used my small forge so I could heat and bend the metal to make the legs. The seat is made from thick mahogany wood.

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Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Always read and follow the manufacturer’s safety guidelines before you use your tools. Also, seek professional advice and training before using any welding equipment. Never operate any tool without wearing the proper personal protective equipment. Welding can be dangerous. If you have any uncertainty before you perform any welding task or use any tool, stop and learn a safer method. Download ANSI z49.1 and read it before doing any welding. you can download ansi z49.1 at I’m not an expert so don’t do what I do.

20 Replies to “Industrial Bar Stools”

  1. Hey Douglas, I made a change to my stool that I built. I used 1 1/8 all thread and then purchased some square nuts that fit perfectly inside of the 2×2 square tubing and I only used one square nut to stop the binding of the all thread with two nuts. I ordered the all thread and square nuts from Copper State.

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  4. Fantastic! Love how that industrial revolution inspired stool came out! What is that thing you welded at the bottom of the stool legs? Whats it called?

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