Making a Comeback
Counter stools and bar stools have been enjoying a renaissance lately. No longer relegated to the bar in the basement man-cave, these trending chairs are often the centerpiece of today’s open floor plan. They’re rising to the challenge of making a beautiful focal point in the multi-purpose space that joins a kitchen with the den, TV room or dining room.
Say Hello to Mid Century Modern MCM Style
The photo above feature’s Copeland’s Estelle counter stools, shown in solid natural cherry wood. With sculpted seats, this modern bar stool has a slender back that makes it as comfortable to sit on as it is beautiful to see. Estelle is available in natural cherry (no stain) and a choice of 5 different stain colors.
What’s the Difference Between Counter Stools & Bar Stools?
Renovating the kitchen? Make sure you get your tables and chairs in the height that’s most comfortable for you. Counter stools are slightly shorter than bar stools:
- Typically a counter height table is 35-39″ high and the height of the counter stool seat is 24-27″ high.
- Bar height tables are typically 41-43″ high and the height of the bar stool seat is 28-33″” high.
Traditional, Shaker, Mission and Modern Styling
Copeland’s modern barstools and counter stools are getting a lot of attention these days but if your home features a more traditional esthetic, check out the following Shaker, Mission and Windsor sytle stools for timeless styling and appeal:
- American Mission Counter Stool #1
- American Mission Counter Stool #2
- Classic Shaker Counter Stool
- Contemporary Windsor Counter/Bar Stool
- Country Windsor Counter/Bar Stool
- Lattice Back Counter Stool
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