Published at Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 - 02:17:05 AM. Bar Stools. By More Jacques.
Once you have determined the appropriate height you can then consider other characteristics such as the structure of the stool. The two main structural elements to consider are a) whether the stool will have a back and b) whether the seat will swivel. Stools with backs are far more comfortable than stools without backs. When deciding if a back is needed consider the length of time someone might be expected to sit at the stool. Having a swivel seat bar stool can be convenient but is a luxury. Swivel seat stools tend to be more expensive but in the end save wear and tear on your floor.
The first thing you need to decide upon is the proper height. Most stools were originally all 30 inches tall. This is the height of all of the ”pub” stools that we are all familiar with. More recently, bar stools have been made available in a lower 24 inch height. This shorter type of stool is perfect for children, people with mobility problems or at breakfast bars. Both barstool heights are readily available and most styles are offered in your choice of height. The shorter versions tend to be less visually obtrusive and fit well in small spaces.
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