Stool. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 02:41:59 AM
Retro Bar Stools can often be somewhere in the middle between the elegant or contemporary or sharp and the wooden or softer feeling stools. They are often made of steel with chrome finish, and often accentuate the spirit of an era gone by, such as the 50’s. They will resemble the stools found in the old-time diners, where a person would sit at the oval bar, and be served by a waiter or waitress operating in the center of the oval. Often retro bar counter stool seats will be stitched the emblems of the sports teams and sold in support of various basketball, football, or baseball teams. Such retro stools make a great addition to any game room and are great for kitchens and dinettes as well for people always on the run. Besides black leather and black faux leather, retro stools come in other colors, typically red. They would rarely come as swivel stools.
The first thing you need to decide upon is the proper height. Most stools were originally all 30 inches tall. This is the height of all of the \"pub\" stools that we are all familiar with. More recently, bar stools have been made available in a lower 24 inch height. This shorter type of stool is perfect for children, people with mobility problems or at breakfast bars. Both barstool heights are readily available and most styles are offered in your choice of height. The shorter versions tend to be less visually obtrusive and fit well in small spaces.
One consideration when choosing a bar stool is where you plan on using it. For example a bar stool you want to use in your family room may be quite different than what you would choose for your patio or even your kitchen. Likewise a stool that is going to be used for commercial use will have to be more durable than one used for the private use of a family of two. Where and how your stool will be used will make a large difference in the material your stool is made of and the style of stool you choose.
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