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Although barstools and counter stools are the last things you usually pick out while planning your new kitchen, they are the first thing everyone who enters a kitchen sees. Keeping this fact in mind, picking the right stools for your kitchen or bar seating is a tall task where considerations of style and comfort are equally important. With an excellent selection of elevated seating on our site, finding a right bar or counter stool for your space becomes as enjoyable as a piece of cake.
Modeled after mid-century Italian antiques, this version of a modernist bar and counter high stools floats an ergonomic upholstered seat and backrest on a thin, semicircular frame divided into two equal parts and finished in polished brass.
There is an apparent reason why the kitchen is referred to as The Heart of the Home. Everyone always tends to congregate in this wonderful space where all the sense is awoken, and the magic of human connections is cultivated. Naturally, one of the most popular in-kitchen hang out places is a kitchen island or peninsula that also serves as an eating bar.ted across Europe and the rest of the world. Timeless in style and sturdy in construction, many have survived ages. And this hand-made barstool will follow the same tradition when handled with love and care.
When planning your kitchen island or bar space, the critical thing to remember is that each adult requires at least 21 inches of counter space. That means that a typical counter is usually about 63 inches long and will accommodate three stools at most.
The type of seating you need will depend on your counter height. If your counter height is between 28 and 32 inches, you will need a 18" high chairs with 20 inches of knee space under the bar.
If your design has been chosen to make the island or peninsula the same height as the rest of your kitchen countertops (36" being the standard), you're going to need 24" high counter stools and 14 inches of knee space underneath the counter. If you go up to bar height (42 to 45"), you will need 30" high stools with footrests, giving 14 inches of allowance for knee space comfort.
The speakeasies of the 1920s were by nature, sparse in furniture and design. Enjoying a drink while perched on an industrial look barstool was de rigueur. Its speakeasy-style, but the look is up-to-date today! Modified steel tubing with hand-cast aluminum base. Padded seat with cross-stitched leather. Comfortable and very cool!
You love to hang out at Harry's Bar in Singapore, with its long expanse of polished mahogany and stools, brass rails to lean on, and above all its Singapore Sling and Bloody Maries. Admit it, this bar can't and shouldn't be replicated at home.
The design of our tall brasserie accessory goes back to the late 19th century when bentwood furniture was developed in Vienna and exported across Europe and the rest of the world. Timeless in style and sturdy in construction, many have survived ages. And this hand-made barstool will follow the same tradition when handled with love and care.