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Cottage Stools | Dino Sanchez

A minimal stool created by New York-based designer Dino Sanchez. The company was born out of the desire to produce well made American goods with the belief that familiar and purposeful forms lead to timeless and iconic products. Cottage Stools present a simple, light and airy design meant for seating or resting items. The designs are available in table, counter, or bar heights, each is marked as a numbered edition. The stools are all made in Massachusetts.

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Rub a walnut on damaged wooden furniture to cover up dings.

If anyone is interested: I have actually used this trick on my desk (it had a nasty scratch from moving houses). This does actually work (due to the walnut oil).
Rub the wood clean with a piece of cloth take the walnut (as shown in the picture) and rub it on well Let it sit for ~10 minutes Rub the spot thoroughly and clean
In my case it worked pretty well. The scratch I used on was pretty deep and wide so it is still visible, but the color at least matches the wood of the desk better.