The footstool or camel chair is a traditional object originating from the regions of North Africa and the Middle East, especially Morocco, it is a typical element of the culture and craftsmanship of these regions. The name recalls a camel's hump.
In the traditions of North African and Middle Eastern countries, these objects are used as informal seating or footrests, often placed in houses, tents or outdoor spaces to provide a comfortable place to sit or rest.
The camel footstool or chair is made of natural materials, carved wood and leather, with traditional decorative motifs and metal details.
These wonderful objects are appreciated all over the world for their unique design and link with the culture and traditions of the regions where they are produced. Today, they are also often used as vintage and ethnic-inspired decor items to add a touch of authenticity and charm to various environments.