Bar Stools. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 01:14:26 AM
Aside from the height of a barstool, how the barstool moves is important. Are you planning to have the stool in place the entire time, such as at a casual bar or diner counter, or will the stool need to be moved? If you want seats fastened to the floor, adjustable height barstools are an option. These stools move around the 30 inch mark but don't go as low or as high as counter and spectator stools, respectively. Movable stools are more common, especially for dining establishments. Often designed like an oversized chair - but not always - these stools can be moved with a table set to any point in your home, bar, or restaurant.
Types Swivel barstools come with two main movement options to choose from. The first option swivels a full 360 degrees, which is the standard option in both commercial and home settings. The other option is memory swivel, which swivels 180 degrees in either direction, or returns back to its fixed center position once empty. The standard choice is the classic endless swivel, while memory swivel is an effortless way to keep your space aligned and tidy. Both types of swivel barstools come in a wide variety of styles, materials, and models depending on your personal needs and preferences.
If you have barstools, you need barstool covers. They help protect your stools and keep the elements from them. Wind, dirt, and sun can damage your barstools. By getting appropriate covers that fit your stools, you'll be able to keep them safe and clean for years. However, there are a few don'ts when it comes to covering your barstools. Read through the following Dos and Don'ts of barstool covers and get an idea of how to use them wisely (and how not to).
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