Winsome Wood


Satori Saddle Seat Bar Stool, Black

  • Experience the utmost in comfort and style with the Winsome Wood Satori Saddle Seat Bar Stool. This 29” bar stool has a unique saddle-shaped seat, which is extra-long, rectangular in shape, and curved in the middle for true comfort. Featuring a crossbar on all four sides, for stability and comfort making this stool not only attractive but also very functional. Pull up a stool to your kitchen counter or island and create an instant seating area ideal for meals or homework. Crafted from durable beech wood, this stool is finished in black and has a raw style that will blend easily with any most decor. 
    Made with solid wood in black finish

    Stool assembled size is 17.9"W x 15.8"D x 28.9"H
    Seat dimension is 17.5"W x 9"D. Static weight is 220 Lbs.
    Seat height is 28.86"
    Seat height is 28.86"
    Additional information:
    Replacement part request can be submitted directly to the manufacturer within 60 days from date of purchase.
    This bar stool is packed and shipped, single, in 1 box, that includes the hardware necessary for assembling. 
    Assembly is required
    Ships in 1 box
  • Quantity Available in Stock 30
    SKU WW-20089
    Collection Satori
    UPC 021713200891
    Assembly Required Yes
    Weight 12.13 lbs
    Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H) 17.91" x 15.79" x 28.86"
    Color Black
    Material Solid wood
    Prop 65 No
    Country of Origin Malaysia

  • Shipping Timeframe 2 business days
    Shipping Weight 13 lbs
    Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H) 29.7" x 13.3" x 3.3"
    Shipping Method Parcel
    Ships from ZIP Code 98072

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

These chairs are perfect. I had originally bought some very expensive leather backed chairs, but they took up too much space. These are perfect for my kitchen bar, because I don't have a lot of space between the bar and the furniture in the great room. These fit perfectly underneath the bar giving us more walk room.My dear BF put them together, and since I didn't hear a lot of bad language, I am thinking that they went together pretty easily. They are not the kind of chairs that you're going to fall asleep in, but they are perfect for what we need. Very sturdy.


These are beautiful when assembled and seem like they’ll last a long time- and definitely hold a good bit of weight.BUT y’all- these are so ridiculous to assemble! I only have one done and have no desire to assemble the other one I bought.I’ll get to it eventually, but right now I’m so annoyed with these things! hahaThey are great once assembled, however; I would not purchase these again or recommend them to anyone else because of how difficult it was to assemble them.


I purchased three of these stools for a small kitchen island counter. They need to be assembled which was no big deal if you are at all mechanically inclined. Read the directions carefully as each of the legs are cut and drilled differently so you must put them in the exact corner they are intended to go. Once I did the first one (twice because I put the legs on the wrong corners....Learn from my mistakes!!) the other two went together very quickly. They look good in the kitchen and fit nicely tucked under the counter when not in use. Wouldn't be comfortable for extended sittings. Perfect for the price.


Let me start off by saying these bar stools look and feel very, VERY nice when they are finished. They are incredibly sturdy and I have no doubt they could survive an extremely long time and hold very heavy weight.As many other reviewers have noted, the assembly is a PAIN... with what they provide you in the box, that is! This is the only reason I did not rate these stools 5/5 stars. Here are some tips on what we did when assembling the stools that made them 1000x easier to put together:1. Toss the allen wrench they provide you into the trash immediately. Don't even look at it, unless you feel like stripping the screws right off the bat.2. Have a small ratchet, some wood glue (or normal school glue even), a microfiber cloth and a hammer handy. You will need to attach a 4mm hex bit to the ratchet for the screws they provide you (and yes, you CAN use the screws provided! They are good quality, although we are still unsure why they give you galvanized Tapcon screws intended for outdoor cement work... they're not cheap to produce!)3. Assemble both the legs like Figure 1 in the instructions before you being to screw in the screws. Make SURE you use the correct pieces of wood in the correct holes (shorter cross piece goes in the lower hole, each side should have a long leg piece with a dot and a leg without a dot at the top) as well as the correct length screws (short, for this part).4. When screwing in the screws, go slow and steady; do not apply too much force/torque at once or you WILL STRIP THE SCREW! Fortunately, if this happens (and you are not too close to the end) you can unscrew them out and use a replacement screw they provide you. With the ratchet, it is very easy to get the screws in quickly while not stripping them. Do the same process for the long screws for the seat.5. When you finish assembling the body of the chair (including attaching the seat), choose a side of the stool you want to face the wall (in case you make a mistake on the first couple of cover pegs). Put a small glob of glue on the flat side of the wooden peg and put it in one of the holes on the side of the chair that will face the wall. Press it in as far as you can, then cover the peg with a microfiber cloth. Take the hammer and LIGHTLY tap it in, checking every once in a while to see how far down it's gone. If you hammer too hard or too deep, the peg will go too far in and splinter the wood surrounding it. Use the microfiber cloth to wipe up any excess glue and it won't leave residue on the chair.Hope this helps everyone! I am also attaching a picture of our stools in customer images.