Stool. Friday , January 27th , 2017 - 09:07:29 AM
Many people prefer wood because of the warmer feel that natural wood gives a piece of furniture. Wood stools use a large variety of different woods. Some of the more popular woods used to make them are cedar, teak, mahogany and pine. Even bamboo has been used to create a more tropical feeling stool. Some very beautiful bamboo stools have been made from black bamboo.
While you can hardly go wrong when selecting a black leather counter stool on the market, there are several categories of counter stools or bar stools that you can pick from (while loosely defined, the difference between a bar stool and counter stool is the height, usually the bar stool is about 6 in higher, typically with the sitting area around 30 inches from the ground). The correct choice of category will help match your stool to the decor of your dining room or game room and will simply make the chair a better fit into the environment. The categories we will investigate here are: Contemporary Counter Stools, Retro Counter Stools and Wood Counter Stools.
If you are one of those people who have a bar on the back patio of your home, then you will want to find out about outdoor bar stools. These are designed to resist the elements while retaining good looks. These too come in all sorts of different materials. Besides the obvious painted metal stools which will resist rusting, there are wooden stools too that can weather the weather so to speak, and even some plastic and bamboo. Bamboo is becoming a more popular choice for many applications due to its toughness and strength, and the fact that it grows so fast and is easy to replace. It’s a very green choice for those who are concerned with sustainable materials choices.
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