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Red Bar Stools

Bar stools are tall chairs that were initially made to accommodate the height of a bar counter. However, these types of chairs have now become prevalent in homes, especially in and around the kitchen and dining areas. In recent times, these stools have become more versatile and are available in many different styles and colours. Before the 2000’s, you probably would have never dreamed of seeing a red bar stool, but in this day and age it is actually quite common.

Types of Bar Stools

The classic bar stool is typically a tall stool with a wooden rounded seat. The legs can be made of either wood or metal with a ring around the lower half to accommodate resting the legs. As bar stools become more popular in the homes, the designs have upgraded to include padded or upholstered seats, backs and armrests and even adjustable height mechanisms.

Kitchen Bar Stools

Kitchen bar stools are available in various designs and materials, but the most common may be stainless steel with leather or red fabric upholstering. They are often situated next to a kitchen island or an in-house bar, where they blend in seamlessly with the appliances and overall décor. They are sometimes referred to as breakfast bar stools especially when they are placed at a counter that separates the kitchen from the dining area. They can also be made from wood or even plastic.

Bar Stool Height

If you are searching for a red bar stool for a specific area in your home, or for an actual bar, you should know that they are available in different heights. The average bar stool height falls between 28 and 33 inches. But some contemporary style tables are made taller to accommodate taller stools for a stylish aesthetic effect. These stools range from 34 inches to 40 inches in height. A bar stool made for a typical counter would be a bit shorter than the average at 24 to 27 inches. However, if you are unsure of which height would suit you best, or if the counter or table is not yet available for measurement, you could opt for adjustable bar stools. They also tend to swivel.

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