Morley Bar Stool

Philip Morley

Philip Morley's iconic bar stool was originally designed for Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden in Austin, Texas. The owner was searching for a nice looking bar stool that would survive in a bustling commercial setting. Philip's goal was to create a stool that was solid and looked slick. The stools are made out of walnut featuring brass accents, curved solid wood accent seat, brass back spindles, and a brass foot rail.

NOTE -

We will have CNC files as well as hard MDF templates available for future purchase. Stay tuned. Of course, printable patterns will come with the project and will be available as a downloadable PDF at the time of release.

  • Starting on October 1, 2021
  • $80.00$50.00

We will have CNC files as well as hard MDF templates available for future purchase. Stay tuned. Of course, printable patterns will come with the project and will be available as a downloadable PDF at the time of release.

About Your Instructor:

Philip Morley was born in London, England. After a rough academic start, struggling with dyslexia, he found his true passion in trade school where he studied for four years to become a joiner under the City and Guilds program. Once graduated, Philip worked as joiner doing restoration work on various prestigious historical buildings in central London. After moving to the US, he studied with furniture designer Richard Chillcott in Ruskin, Florida for three years before moving to Texas where he apprenticed with Michael Colca for 7 years. He is now a contributing author to Fine Woodworking Magazine and has been published in Woodworker West and Woodskills Magazine. He has taught at Austin Community College, Marc Adams School of Woodworking and Austin School of Furniture and Design. Phil continues to build one-of-a-kind pieces in his small studio located on his property where he can be close to his family.