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The contrast brought by bar stools makes a huge difference in the appearance, comfort and function of a house. There are many things to be taken into account when you have to decide what seats you want to buy. The most important decisions are those regarding the height of the stool bar, the size of the bar and the design style that you preffer.
on`t want the natural wooden look, a metal bar stool is for you. They come in sleek and elegant colors as well as shiny chrome. These stools will give the room a modern look. One exception is the wrought iron stool. These are made of iron that is bent into beautiful curves to form the stool. Unlike stainless steel models, these wrought iron models will give your kitchen or bar an old-fashioned look.
A contemporary style calls for sleek modern lines. You can get interesting stools in chrome or steel that will go great with chrome appliances. If your kitchen has the dark mysterious look, try adding bar stools with a black finish. To add some zip you can use bar stools that have a funky design, or if you aren`t that adventurous, try some with a half back or V shaped legs.
Most stools are designed to go under or near a bar. The height of the bar will determine the height of the bar stool. You ideally need enough room for a person to sit comfortably, legs crossed on the stool while under or near your breakfast bar.
Construction of Wooden Bar Stool Wooden stools made using hardwood are crafted immaculately and give long lasting sheen. Hardwood requires nails, composites and durable screws. Though, hardwood is expensive, it comes out with the best results.
Home bar stools come in different styles. Retro chrome and vinyl padded stools are becoming popular these days. But if you want to give your bar a more different or exotic look, then you can opt for bar stools made of bamboo or rattan.
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