A Modern Barstool for the Industrial 2.0 Era

Meet Sally, a new seating collection for high-use commercial environments.

By GR Chair

Sally Bolt Down Stools with wood seats.

We're excited to introduce the newest modern barstool to our collection. Meet Sally, a new seating collection for high-use commercial environments.

Sally is a flexible and easily configurable stool that fosters creativity by offering even more options to personalize using over 150 metal finishes, five wood species, 16 wood stains, and an infinite number of fabrics.

“While the design is familiar, Sally is anything but basic. We’ve created an a la carte approach to building the perfect stool which allows for greater agility when specifying. Options like walnut, hickory, or white oak seats and over 150 powder coat colors allows restaurants to either make a statement or seamlessly integrate them into any existing environment,” says Dean Jeffery, director of marketing.

“Sally reflects the changes we’ve seen over the past few years within QSR, FSR, and even higher education spaces–a trend we refer to as Industrial 2.0. Furniture in these environments need to be resilient, which is why the industrial aesthetic has been so popular. Materials like steel and solid wood are obvious choices, but while the Edison bulbs have burned out, designers are modernizing these industrial spaces with the use of color and a softer aesthetic”

Comprised of chair, counter, and bar height stools, the Sally collection can be specified in either bolt-down or core-drilled models with an optional foot rest.

Wood seats can be specified in 5 different species (from left to right: hickory, white oak, walnut, and mixed woods). Maple is not pictured above.

Fun fact: We named this barstool after our fabulous Customer Service Manager, who is quite possibly the most optimistic, positive human we know!