By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Bar Stools. At Tuesday, November 20th 2018, 02:29:25 AM.
Bar stools are great additions to any room in the home where a little extra seating is needed. Many patio sets are even designed with the high bar stool look in mind. Choosing the perfect bar stool for the room you have in mind can be what makes or breaks the design of your room; if you do not take the time that is necessary to take the proper measurements, then you probably will not be able to put as much use into your new bar stools as you'd like. Having the right height and size bar stool is essential to having a good experience. If the stool is too high or too low and your elbows can not come into contact with the counter, that can create a great deal of discomfort, not to mention back and neck problems that nobody wants to have to deal with. Taking these measurements in the very beginning when you first realize your need for bar stools for any room in your home can save you a lot of time going back and forth to the store, a lot of money and definitely a lot of pain and discomfort in the long run.
If you are looking for modern bar stools that have a lot of padding on them, you are sure to find just that. If you are looking for an antique-style view, you will find that, too. Whatever style you're looking for, what would the size you are looking for.
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.