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Whether at a bar or island that separates the kitchen from the rest of the home, this space that separates the preparation area from the gathering area often becomes the hangout when entertaining. There is something festive about the preparation of food and drinks that lures people to this space. Carrying a modernist theme to the kitchen area can be as simple as introducing a set of tasteful iconic modern barstools. The practical functionality of barstools is not in question and can not be denied. How they interact with the rest of the decor is a direct result of the style you select.
Stool height is determined by the height of the surface space. Certain stools are meant for a countertop height which is about a 34" to 36" tall surface while others are intended for a bar height which is about 40" to 42" in height.
Yes bar stools are generally about 6" taller than a counter height stool.
Comfort is a preference. Generally for longer sitting time a back is more comfortable. However the backless bar stools take up much less physical and visual space.
The average mid-century bar stool can hold about 300lbs.
Bar stools are about 6" taller than counter height stools to accommodate either a bar height or a counter height.
Be sure to measure the seat height and width to ensure that your stools are the right fit for your space.
Kardiel's mid-century bar stools come with floor protection for most of their styles, those that do not are sanded smooth for floor protection.
Bar stools can be used at a bar height table or wherever your creative heard desires.
Be sure if you are needing a stool for a counter height area that the seat is around 24”– 27” in height.