Published at Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 - 19:02:52 PM. Bar Stools. By Michelle Moulin.
Black leather counter stools are a wonderful addition to any kitchen, dining room, game room or even to a retail space such as diamond jewelery store. The magic that the black leather elegance exudes is captivating. The added height of the chair makes it seem less accessible and this adds to the magic as well. While you can hardly go wrong when selecting a black leather counter stool on the market, there are several categories of counter stools or bar stools that you can pick from (while loosely defined, the difference between a bar stool and counter stool is the height, usually the bar stool is about 6 in higher, typically with the sitting area around 30 inches from the ground). The correct choice of category will help match your stool to the decor of your dining room or game room and will simply make the chair a better fit into the environment. The categories we will investigate here are: Contemporary Counter Stools, Retro Counter Stools and Wood Counter Stools.
18 inch stool heights are typically the smallest size available, as shorter heights would be too small for anything practical for most adults. An 18 inch stool size is commonly used in areas where your counter, desk, or table is around 30 inches high. This stool size is typical in bathroom vanities and make-up tables. They have also been known to hang out in theater dressing rooms and casino slots. 24 and 26 inch bar stool heights are rather new and are designed to be used for counter heights of 36-39 inches. This seat height was designed specifically for kitchen counters, usually where there is no extra room for the conventional table and chairs. They can also be used at kitchen islands, given the island is the same height as a regular-sized kitchen table and not taller.
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