"The tuffet stool is a real favorite with my two boys. Yes, it gets used as a seat, but it more often becomes a small table for snacks, a footstool, or (turned upside down) a pretend vehicle, space ship, you name it!"
- Catherine T., Wayland, MA
A companion to the FirstDesk, this simple, strong cool stool gives your offspring a place to do homework, or eat their curds and whey.
Set at the optimal height to use with Plydea’s FirstDesk, the Tuffet can be easily stowed underneath the FirstDesk top maximize space.
The Tuffet’s seven pieces snap together in a few minutes to give your child a comfortable work seat!
See how easy it is to assemble the Tuffet Stool: view instruction sheet
Like all Plydeas, the Tuffet Stool is made from zero VOC prefinished, FSC solid birch plywood. It ships flat, saving you money on shipping, saving fuel in the process and helping to reduce our impact on the environment.
The Tuffet Stool is the perfect everything piece. Originally purchased for my 2 year old daughter’s bedroom, it now finds its way across the entire
house – side table, step stool, chair, plant stand, changing the light bulb ladder, etc. The only problem is that one is not enough.rnThis is my
second piece from Plydea. Like my Blue 7 chair, the design is clean, considered, and extremely functional. When assembling, don’t be afraid to bend
the pieces as the wood is very pliable and goes together under some tension. rnBoulder, CO
I just received my First Desk and Tuffet Stool, and had it all put together in under 20 minutes. No tools are required, everything fits together very
well. The unique design certainly adds something to the room, and the construction feels sturdy and strong. It’s the perfect size for our
youngster, and looks like it will withstand years of use (and abuse). We are very pleased with our new desk and stool!
The tuffet stool is a real favorite with my two boys. Yes, it gets used as a seat, but it more often becomes a small table for snacks, a footstool,
or (turned upside down) a pretend vehicle, space ship, you name it. It seems fairly indestructible. Not to mention the fact that my seven-year-old
followed the assembly instructions and, with a little help snapping it all in place at the end, put it together by himself. What a great plydea!