Bar Stools. Thursday , January 11th , 2018 - 02:14:20 AM
The first thing to know about choosing barstools is that heights vary. Although adjustable designs are on the market, these generally aren't movable. Typically, barstools come in three sizes. The most commonly seen one is 30 inches, which is referred to as bar height. Anything shorter than 30 inches in called counter height, and these stools are seen in pubs, often with a matching table. The third, generally designed for taller people, is called a spectator stool. Spectator height stools average about 34 inches, although anything over 32 inches is considered spectator height.
Barstools come in several styles. If you've ever been to a retailer of barstools or restaurant furniture, you probably know that many barstools stick with the traditional stool design, while others look like tall chairs. This, of course, depends on the use for the set of stools. Some, such as adjustable and swivel stools at a counter, are stationary in location but pub-style stools - the ones that look like tall chairs - need to be moved around for seating purposes. In addition, the style you're going for only includes some types of barstools. For example, chrome-colored adjustable barstools may be at home at a retro-style diner counter but not at an upscale bistro with contemporary style.
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.
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