Sitting on a wooden stool often ends in a sore bottom, but with clever design, this problem can be avoided. Most bar stools come in one of four popular sizes: the short stool, counter stool, standard bar stool and extra-tall stool. Present in various sizes, but if there is a footing at the bottom of the stool or equipped with a short hostage, of course you will still have comfortable sitting.
Wooden stool works beautifully in high bars, counters or tables. Strategically placed wooden rings for your feet and durable cushioned pads make this classic updated design really liked for a very long time. If they’re for a bar, backless with padding is classic. For a dining counter, stools with fullbacks and arms, much like traditional dining chairs, are a good choice.
Stool style is also affected by the presence or absence of the arms, whether the seat or back is padded, and whether the stool is silent or rotating. Take a look at your overall design theme where the stools will be, and decide whether you want to match or contrast.
Casual stools are usually backless or with a lip back. They have a minimalist vibration with small pads and are often made of wood. This is a great choice for small spaces where the kitchen table also functions as a breakfast bar. While, the casual swivel bar stool in brown is truly unique with a touch of rustic charm. The back is open and crafted of selected hardwood.
While traditional stool comes in wood swivel stools with arms which offer not only a comfy seat but also bring great style. You may also find the traditional backless pub stools in furniture stores. This kind of stool will perfectly complement your favourite biliard table or game room furnishings.
Tall and slim bar stool based on solid wood construction is a unique combination of a massive base and will be beautiful decorating studs add all class and style. The wood stool in any designs keep a low profile in your modern home.