Little folks like my grandson love to be part of the action in the kitchen. A stepstool or chair will do in a pinch but may not be the right height for comfort or may easily tip over. So here is my rendition of a platform stool to fill that need. There are many iterations out there at online sites so find one for your inspiration. Constructed from 3/4” maple. Legs and rails are 3” wide. Domino joinery throughout. sanded to 100 grit. Two coats of KILZ primer scuff sanded between coats and then painted with two coats of General Finishes brushable enamel again with a scuff sanding between coats. Dimensions: 34” tall 16” wide. the front leg is straight and the back leg has a 5 degree angle. 12” deep at the top rails and near 16” deep at the base The adjustable platform is about 14”x16” and fits in grooves at 12”, 14”, 16” and 18”. So now it will be that much easier to help make cookies or cut up an apple for snacks Thanks for looking.