By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Stools. At Sunday, November 11th 2018, 05:19:02 AM.
Choosing the perfect bar stool is all about realizing what the bar stools are going to be used for, and what types of bar stools you actually need for that purpose. If you are just looking for a set of stools to have sitting around in the kitchen, perhaps something to sit on in front of the stove or while chopping onions at the counter. If you have the type of family that likes to sit and talk with you while you cook, bar stools are great for this purpose as well but in this case the best type of bar stool is the classic high stool, with a foot rest halfway up the length of the leg and no back to it. Not only are these stools easy to move around, but they are more easily stored than other bar stools, in linen closets or under kitchen counters.
Don't make this decision too quickly. Buying barstools is a delicate process that will require quite a bit of thought, especially if you plan to choose bar stools that will go along well with your existing décor. There are types of stools that have backs if you so desire, but most people choose to avoid these because when you have a back, it is difficult to store the stool under the counter. In addition to that it can make a room seem more crowded than it actually is.
The size of bar sloots is usually measured by comparing with the height of the bar, being measured from the floor to the top of the seat. Kitchen tables usually falls between 70 cm and 76 cm in height. A bar stool with a height of 43-46 cm fits best with this type of table. Bar tables are usually between 102-107 cm in height. A bar stool with a height of 70-76 cm would be necessary for this type of application. A bar counter falls between 90 and 92 cm in height, and bar stools with a height between 61-66 cm usually work best with the size of this kind of bar counter. It doesn't matter what size you choose for your seats, always remember that what is important is that they are not too high or too low when you sit on them and they must be in harmony with the size of your bar and your room.