By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Tables. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 07:17:30 AM.
How do you pick the right bar table and barstools for your home? Well, the size and the design of the bar furniture you are looking for should depend on the available space you have at home and the budget you want to spend on your bar furniture. If your looking for something simple, then a bar table with a couple of barstools would be sufficient. A bar table and a couple of barstools are not very expensive and they would make a great addition to your home. But how do you pick the right bar furniture? You can choose from contemporary, chrome, swivel, metal and more. What's important is that it fits with the overall decor of your home. If you decide to set up your bar in the living room, then make sure that the bar table and the barstools don't change the whole design of your living room. There are also several colors and styles to choose from, so finding the right one won't be a problem. You just need to decide which style fits your home best.
Size - Size is the first thing you are going to want to consider. Do you just want one bar table or would you prefer a number of bar tables to be able to seat guests in your home? Your answer to this question will make a difference when it comes to the tables you will want to purchase. If you just need one you have a lot more flexibility in size than if you need three or four that you have to make work into the space of the room you have. Don't forget, in addition to those bar tables are going to be bar stools or chairs where your guests will be sitting that will take up even more space.
Traditional bar furniture is still dominated by the old 'Colonial' designs of chair, for example the 'Mates' and 'Captains' chairs with the Windsor and Wheelback chairs still being very popular. The Windsor chair has a history dating back to the 18th Century. Not surprisingly the first Windsor chairs were reputed to have been made in Windsor and developed from simply adding a few back spindles and a top rail to a regular joined wooden stool and gradually developed to the Windsor chair with sweeping curved back and decorative central supporting splat that is recognised as the classic design.