Is this what you are talking about?
Pick out one of these, and make your own dimensions.
That is good for the stool dimensions, I think I would add some sort of hand rail to it though.Check out the (free) plans at ana white.com
I like that design, and it has some grab rails to steady off of.Here's a stool I'm in the progress of building. Almost all of it was cut on the CNC. It's made from 3/4" baltic birch ply. Hardwood edging is glued to the edges of the seat.
Yep. It's for my wife. She needed something that would allow her to sit lower than a chair when working on stuff, but she has trouble getting up when she's that low. The side grab rails are to help her push herself up with her arms. We tested it, and it works as planned for her.I like that design, and it has some grab rails to steady off of.
Exactly the way I would do it. Don' need no steenkin' plans.Pick out one of these, and make your own dimensions.
Talk about over pricing. Are they actually 'getting' that much, or just 'asking' that much? Don't know what the actual shipping cost charged by the post office or whoever is, but it cost me less for shipping the planer my buddy gave me. Unless they're using something like pink ivory to make them. I'm gonna have to take a look.Think I'm going to combine one of the Ana White designs with one from Etsy. Those guys are getting $150 and up for finished ones.... plus $40-50 for shipping.
Looking at this again,there is no dimension for the width of the top.That is good for the stool dimensions, I think I would add some sort of hand rail to it though.