A perfectly designed set of bar stool is a great way to compliment a dining room or kitchen in mid-century modern, transitional or glamour style. Today, Best Design Books decided to show you how to choose a bar stool for your kitchen. Take a look:
One of the most important decisions for your home bar or kitchen island is how to choose the right bar stool height. There is a key distinction to be made between bar stools v counter stools; a counter stool is usually around 24 inches (or around 61 centimetres), meanwhile, a bar stool is typically 30 inches (or around 76 centimetres). There is, of course, some variation here and counter stools can vary up to 29 inches (74 centimetres) with bar stools also reaching up to 36 inches (91 centimetres).
CHOOSE YOUR FABRIC
If you will use your stools where food is served, consider a low-maintenance material, such as leather, wood or metal.
CHOOSE YOUR STYLE
Decide how many stools you can fit. It’s important to provide enough space between stools for people to eat, drink, and socialize without bumping elbows.
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