Normann Copenhagen Bit Stool
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You’ll adore this designer stool from the latest Normann Copenhagen collection. The Bit Stool has an aesthetically pleasing design that has been created to be completely versatile for use throughout your home. Taking inspiration from the clean shapes and straightforward feel of monoliths and columns, Simon Legald created the Bit Stool to be bold and innovative. Whether you’re using it to display a vase of your favourite blooms, a side table for a lamp, a place to put down a drink or additional seating for extra guests, the Bit Stool is a perfect choice. With an intriguing finish, the Bit Stool has a pixelated surface in multiple different colourways made from small bits of 100% recycled plastic.
100% Low-Density Polyethylene Industrial Waste
H: 42 x Ø: 36 cm
Manufactured from 100% recycled industrial and household waste. The manufacturing process involves heating plastic fragments to a 120°C melting point. Each stool is unique depending on the composition which inevitably varies from piece to piece.
|UK Delivery Service||Cost|
Standard UK Delivery (2-5 days)
£4.95 or Free for orders over £50
We offer Standard Delivery across the UK via Royal Mail. Standard Delivery is FREE for orders with a goods value of over £50. For orders with a goods value of less than £50 we charge a flat fee of £4.95.
Standard Delivery means that our aim is that for all orders received before 2pm Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) we will despatch on the same day with your order delivered within the next 2 to 5 working days. (Subject to external factors such as severe weather).
We offer Express Delivery within mainland UK via DPD. Delivery is £7.95 and orders must be received before 2pm.
For more information please see our Delivery Information page here
Due to the rapidly changing situation around COVID-19 and the borders to Europe, we have temporarily paused shipping to Europe & Republic of Ireland.
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