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DIY Steel Pipe Stool

This unique stool has galvanised steel pipes for the frame and features a timber seat that was reclaimed and recycled from an old broken stool.

DIY Steel Pipe Stool

The legs on the frame have been splayed wider at the base to provide more stability, and they’re also braced using a length of pipe.

Use thread adhesive on all fittings for a tight connection and secure hex fittings using a spanner and pipe wrench so they don’t become loose.

DESIGN TIP: Add a touch of texture to a modern all-white kitchen by introducing industrial-style seating.

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Step 1. Assemble the feet
Step 1. Assemble the feet
Sue Ferris

Join two 20 x 100mm pipes at right angles using 90° elbows to make four feet. Add an elbow to one pipe and an end cap to the other.

Attach the elbow to a T-fitting using a hex nipple.

Join two feet using hex nipples anda T-fitting to make two pairs.

 
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