The Durango Morris Hardwood Footstool is the perfect accompaniment to the Durango Morris Hardwood Chair. Or any other sofa chair or rocking chair for that matter!
And what a comfortable and elegant choice for your living room! Our upholsterers liberally padded the footstool with Qualux Ultra 2.5 lb. density polyurethane foam. It’s the best seating foam in the industry. Also, it gives soft, yet firm, support. So the footstool is ideal for tired feet. Or as an extra seat. What’s more, the footstool is Mission style. So it complements most styles of furniture.
The construction of the Durango Morris Hardwood Footstool is impressive. Because the best cabinetmakers in the Midwest custom-build each piece. These artisans are Amish. Also, they use top-quality regional hardwoods. Like cherry, maple and oak. In addition, our builders integrate elements like mortise and tenon joints. So the footstool is incredibly sturdy and durable. In fact, it’s heirloom-quality!
We offer the Durango Morris Hardwood Footstool as shown or unfinished. Or, we’ll build it to your specs. So tell us your preferences. Like the wood specie and finish. Also, we have several genuine full-hide leather or faux leather options to choose from. Or, you may prefer one of our hundreds of available fabrics.
Typically your furniture should be ready within five to nine weeks after we receive your order. At that point, you may pick up your Amish-handcrafted footstool at our ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Or, we can ship it to any address in the continental United States.
How to Order the Durango Morris Hardwood Footstool
Ready for a quote? Click on the “Customize This Product” link. And tell us your choices for hardware, wood specie/finish and other options. Also, to make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button. And check out the options for stains and finishes. Then click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of Amish-built furniture for yourself.