COVER stools

design Thomas Bentzen 

The Cover stools are the latest addition to the eponymous collection designed by Thomas Bentzen in 2013, which included a range of chairs with and without armrests, as well as a lounge chair.

With the Cover series, Thomas Bentzen has endeavored to give a contemporary version to the classic wooden seat by exploiting both the possibilities opened up by technical progress and traditional Scandinavian craftsmanship.

Cover stools are made of wood, with an environmentally-friendly water-based lacquer. The curved back and seat are in veneer, while its base and legs are in solid oak. Available with wooden, fabric or leather seat.

Thomas Bentzen, on his design: « The Cover Bar & Counter Stool sprung from a desire to bring a modern perspective to the traditional wooden bar seat. I wanted for it to have a crisp and contemporary expression through its light plywood material, paired with the solid and grounded sentiment of its frame and base in solid wood. With its tall and curved backrest that folds gently around the frame alongside the warmth of its wooden materiality, the Cover Bar & Counter Stool has the comfort required for people to be seated for hours on while translating the ideas of Scandinavian craftsmanship into a modern design language. »

Legs solid oak — different colours
Wooden seat form-pressed oak veneer shell Coloured wooden seat form-pressed ash veneer shell
Bar stool dimensions L50 x P58 x H106 cm — seat height 75 cm
Counter stool dimensions L50 x P55 x H96 cm — seat height 65 cm

quick delivery – seat height 65 or 75 cm

Natural oak

Stained dark brown

Dark beige


Midnight Blue


Cognac Refine leather / oak

Black Refine leather / Stained dark brown

Black Refine leather / Black

Footrest steel protection

customize your Cover stool

Full upholstery – Seat height 65 or 75 cm

Free samples (against deposit)

Fabrics and Leathers

Thomas Bentzen

In 2010, Thomas Bentzen founded his own studio. The accomplished designer received international recognition at fairs and exhibitions across the world.

Bentzen is firmly rooted in the Danish design tradition, emphasizing material knowledge, craftsmanship and rational industrial manufacturing processes. With simple and narrative designs, he creates functional and meaningful products for everyday life.