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PETSTOOLS                                                                                                                                                                                            Deutsch

Petstools are not only stools or footstools, but delightfully cozy companions enhanced with new aspects. You can put your feet up... or plunge them into the soft material to warm them. They are true eye-catchers and can add a humorous and playful contrast to more conventionally furnished living spaces or turn the kid's room into a pet-zoo.

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The desire to relax at home, to cuddle up on the couch and put your feet up serves as a constant inspiration for the designs of Hanna Emelie Ernsting.

With petstools she transforms the purely functional, everyday footstool into a delightfully cozy companion enhanced with new aspects. You can put your feet up…or plunge them into the soft material to warm them. Pets are true eye-catchers and can add a humorous and playful contrast to more conventionally furnished living spaces.

With few details enhancing the minimalistic shapes, Pets evoke associations with animals and irresistibly invite you to “pet” them and be amused. The many different animal forms offer creative combination possibilities and will spark the collector’s passion.







The soft, thick and cuddly fabric of the petstools is knitted and mainly made of wool. The textile collection is designed, developed and produced by a traditional wool weaving factory in the Netherlands. The manufacturer produces high quality fabrics for well-known upscale furniture companies.

General maintenance:

To keep the fabric as clean as possible make sure the upholstery is being cleaned regularly, by vacuum cleaning or shaking it gently. When stains occur, act as quickly as possible to minimize the damage. Remove liquid stains by carefully dabbing with a clean cloth.

Do not rub. If necessary you can treat the stain with soapy water.

Washing fabric:

The top cover of the petstool is removable. Carefully undo the velcro and take off the cover to wash - you can hand-wash the fabric, shake after washing, dry flat.






       360,- Euro

         Price incl. VAT,
         standard shipping within Germany is free of charge
         (worldwide shipping possible)


Your order will be delivered by DPD within 2-30 days (in Germany), depending on if the requested petstool is on stock.

You will receive a tracking-number as soon as the parcel is sent.

For the delivery outside of Germany there may be extra costs, which we will let you know and ask you to confirm.


It can be paid in advance or cash on delivery – Please let us know what you prefer in your order-mail.


Simply send an email to


Please let us know:
- which petstool you want to have
- preferred way of payment
- your delivery and billing address

General Business Conditions

I. Completion of a contract

The customer is bound by contract to the order for three weeks. The contract of sale is concluded, if the customer written confirms the acceptance of the order or carries out the delivery. The parties arrange the right of the Federal Republic of Germany.

II. Selling price payment/ settlement date

The selling price payment is fully due. Without further explanations from the seller, the customer falls behind 10 days after the settlement date, as far as he hasn’t paid. In case of availability of shortages, the customer hasn’t the right of retention, as far as this doesn’t stand in the adequate relation to the shortages and prospective expenses of the subsequent performance in particular of a shortage removal.

III. Change reservation

Serially produced pieces of furniture are sold after sample or picture. There is no claim to delivery of the samples not for sale, unless another arrangement has followed by contract conclusion. Customary and reasonable colour divergences and mass divergences are left. Also customary and reasonable divergences of textiles are left, concerning minor deviations in the execution compared with material samples, in particular in the tone.

IV. Liability
a) Selfsupply reservation

The seller assumes no purveyance risk. He is entitled to withdraw from the contract as far as he does not receive on his part the object of delivery in spite of the previous conclusion of a corresponding purchasing contract. The seller will immediately inform the customer about the not timely availability of the object of delivery.

b) exclusion of liability/ Default liability limitation

The seller sticks by delay of the performance in cases of the intention or the culpable negligence of a sales representative or agent after the legal regulations. If the disregard is led back by periods on force majeure or not disturbances to be represented in the business enterprise of the seller or with his presuppliers, in particular strike or lockout, the delivery deadlines appropriately are extended. The claim for compensation for the injury of essential contractual obligations is limited to the predictable damage typical for contract, unless a damage is based on intention or culpable negligence of the shop assistant.Nevertheless, the liability for damages by the object of delivery in legally protected rights of the buyer, for example, damages to other cases, are completely excluded.Shortage claims do not exist with only unimportant divergence of the agreed state or with only unimportant encroachment of the usefulness.

V. Impossibility

As far as the delivery is impossible, the customer is entitled to require compensation for the legal regulations. However, the claim of the buyer to compensation limits itself beside or instead of the performance and on substitute of vain expenditure to five percent of the value of that share of the delivery which cannot be used because of the impossibility. Further claims of the customer are excluded because of the impossibility of the delivery.

VI. Reservation of proprietary rights
The object of delivery remains a property of the seller up to the entire payment.

VII. Passing of risk

The danger to have to pay the purchase price in spite of the loss or damage goes over in the handing over on the customer.

VIII. Purchase default

1.) If the customer remains silent at the end of an adequate extension sedate to him which refuses purchase or expressly declares not to want to decrease, the shop assistant can withdraw from the contract or require compensation.

2.) As far as the purchase default lasts longer than one month, the customer has to pay attacking storage charges. The seller can help himself to the storage also of a forwarding agency.

3.) As a compensation because of default by purchase default the shop assistant can demand 25 percent of the order price without deductions, provided that the buyer does not prove that a damage has not originated at all or not by height the all-inclusive.

4.) For the rest, remains to the shop assistant, as for example by special manufacture which assert of a higher, proved damage reserve.

IX. Withdrawal

The buyer is obliged, material defects and defects of title within two months after the time at which he has ascertained such a shortage to indicate the seller in writing.The consumer can withdraw within the scope of the legal regulations from the contract, if the seller has to represent the breach of duty. The consumer has to explain himself with breaches of duty within an adequate period by request of the seller whether he withdraws because of the breach of duty from the contract or exists on the delivery. Nevertheless, in the case of shortages it remains with the legal regulations.A resignation is conceded to the seller if the buyer about the facts causing his credit rating has made false pretences or stops his payments or was applied about his legal estate a bankruptcy or settlement proceedings, unless, the buyer immediately performs cash in advance.

X. Contract changes

Additional or deviant arrangements become only a component of the contract if they are confirmed in writing.

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