By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Tables. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 05:47:28 AM.
The dimensions of the bar table you select can make a big difference. If your bar serves meals then you will have to offer room for meal plates to fit on them. These may be square tables that fit 2 to 4 people at each table. If you are just serving drinks at your bar then you may choose the smaller circular tables that can also fit four people around them but they use considerably less room. If you choose small tables it is easy to fit much more of them into your bar area.
The single poseur tables are available either in turned wood or decorative cast iron. They can also be found with rectangular tops either on a double pedestal base or a conventional four legged base, this size being more suited to a larger bar, where space saving is not such an issue. The most popular traditional bar stools for these tables are either the backless 'Tudor' bar stools with decorative turned legs or the 'Captains' bar stools based on 19th century colonial furniture.
The most favoured traditional bar stool design is certainly the 'Tudor' stool, a replication of the simple joined wooden stool and church pews dating back to the Medieval period. In the last three decades these pub chairs and bar stools have been most popular finished in dark oak colour although recently lighter shades in walnut finish or light oak have been more often chosen to brighten up the bar area. These bar chairs and bar stools are often required upholstered and the supplier can offer a huge choice of fabric to suit the proprietors' interior design.