“The harp stools, made by Sarah, are beautiful pieces of furniture.  We love that they are bespoke and that the height can be made to suit the individual harpist.  Would highly recommend”.

Sheila Campbell

Mum of music student

“I can now sit for hours on end without any discomfort, I feel natural posture; I don’t worry about slouching and getting a sore back. As a result, I feel a lot more relaxed with my harp – I enjoy taking it to every event; it is so beautiful and is very much part of me and my Starfish harp.”

Pippa Reid-Foster

Composer and Professional Harp Player

“This is the piano bench I always wanted. Something out of the ordinary, something stunning for my living room. It perfectly complements my piano, and made with memory foam it is superbly comfortable. It may be a duet bench but I don’t want to share it with anyone else.”

Sally Ronald

Player for pleasure

“Being a performer and tutor, I spend most of my day at the harp.  Teaching and rehearsing especially I find I can be sat at the harp for hours on end and it is tough to remember to take breaks – not to mention having to sit on whatever is available.  Height of the harp for playing is so important, now that I think about it it’s pretty crazy that we leave it to chance that we might be provided with a seat at an appropriate height!

In any case, long days spent at the harp has given me quite a few back problems, I used to get a very sore lower back come the end of the day. So, when I met Sarah and started to hear about the benefits of the tilted stool I was really keen to try it.  It took a bit of getting used to, I think because I was so used to sitting badly – I never now have a sore back at the end of the day.

I don’t have to worry about finding something at the right height I sit on because the stool was made to fit exactly my own playing position.  I can’t recommend them enough – and all my students love my teaching stool now too!!  Not only has it saved my back, but it looks great too!  Wood that matches my harp and I was able to choose a fabric I love in my favourite colour.  I love my harp stool!”

Heather Downie

Coimposer and Tutor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland