Only in New Zealand would an occasional stool be sheepskin clad. Then again, it's probably the only place you'd find one called 'Baa Stool'.
"Indulge your animalistic instinct or farming fantasy with this lovely piece. Or get a flock of them around your dining table," says Catherine David Designs, which sells the stool through online store The Market NZ.
The stool uses sheepskin made into a zipped cover, and the legs can be taken off for washing. It's not for poor animal lovers, though, at $595.
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