To have and to fold.

Go ahead and pull up a chair—or stool, rather—we have lots to tell you about this gem. For starters, it’s crafted from sustainably sourced oak wood, along with vegetable-tanned leather up top. It folds up nice-and-easy, too, so it’ll feel right at home when you store it in the narrowest of nooks. And then there’s the one with the flame-blackened finish, which gets its looks from a Japanese wood-charring method called shou sugi ban. Pull yours out when you’re in need of an extra seat, or when you’re building a bonfire out back (it’s inspired by campfire gatherings, after all).