If you’re adding a bar area to your kitchen or installing a bar for cocktail hour in a lounge room, there are many decisions that have to be made. The contractor will be able to make most of these decisions for you, and then it’ll be up to you to furnish and decorate the space. Picking out bar stools to go along with the style and theme can be a fun project, but can turn into a daunting home decorating task very fast if you don’t have a realistic idea in mind. Make sure that you are aware of all your choices before you try to narrow it down so that you don’t get too frustrated.
The stools that go alongside a bar-height counter should reflect the overall feel of the new bar space. For example, you wouldn’t put metal bar stools with a red cushion next to a classy cherry wood bar. It would be more practical to choose one that is made up of the same wood, or even a different wood that goes well with cherry. Also, for a more formal look, the stools should come with a back for ultimate comfort. The metal stools with brightly colored seats normally come without a back to them and are better suited in a retro style kitchen.
There is even a kind of bar stool that are crafted for temporary use. They simply fold up and can be stored easily out of sight and out of the way when they aren’t in use. If you have limited space but want a great looking bar stool, this is the best choice for you. If you are shopping for a type of stool to go outdoors, make sure that the material is durable and weather proof. With all the options out there, it may take some time to decide.