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Find the Perfect Barstool for Your Home
After your living room sofa, the most used seat in your home is probably...the barstool.
While barstools are small, they make a big impact on your kitchen's overall aesthetic. Making sure you have the right barstools to fit the design of your kitchen is no easy feat. Attention to style, function and design are key to selecting the perfect barstools for your home. See what we have in store:
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With it’s sleek architectural curves, high back and walnut tones, the Bremerton 26" Bar Stool is a slam dunk for mid-century lovers. Take a notes from Studio Mcgee and fit as many as you can around your kitchen counter. To add some pizazz, pair your barstools with these beautiful, abstract dinner plates from West Elm, for a bar area your guests will never want to leave!
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Just like it's name, the Blu Dot Real Good Stool can add real good style to your kitchen. The straight folds in this origami-inspired seat give it a geometric look that is excellent for a sleek and modern design aesthetic. Since this all-metal stool can get chilly in the winter, add a layer of coziness by pairing it with these soft Icelandic sheep cushions!
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A sturdy steel frame and warm wood back make the Coatbridge Bar Stool a strong complement to exposed brick or reclaimed wood. Exposed hardware gives this chair a rustic feel with a chic finish. Want to make it pop? My favorite tip is to add a runner underneath your barstools which adds dimension and also protects your floors. The burnt orange from this vintage Safavieh Monaco rug is a great complement to the stool.
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If you're a lover of Fixer Upper and Joanna Gaines' country chic style, the Bolden Bar Stool is the perfect fit for you, with it's worn patina finish and cross-wood backing. High legs make it a good fit for a tall kitchen table. To complete your farmhouse look, add these rustic crate shelves to display coffee mugs or dinner-ware.
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You can't get more luxe than this Alpha Brass Bar Stool. Polished brass, a curved seat, and crosshatch design will make even an Emmy award jealous. The only downside to this type of stool is the imprints they can leave on your legs if you are wearing shorts or a skirt. Tackle this problem by adding a seat cushion like this leather one from CB2.
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If your style takes on a more traditional look (cue the crown moulding and shaker cabinets), you'll need something like this. Natural wooden legs and a classic tufted seat give the Archer Bar Stool a timeless look in any traditional kitchen. While you're at it, upgrade the rest of your kitchen (cabinets that is) with these decorative prism knobs from Anthropology.
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The Chip Leather Counter Stool is simplicity at its finest. Wooden dowel legs and neutral hues throughout, you'll feel like you're sitting in a designer European kitchen. If you're feeling adventurous, install a handful of these gorgeous muuto pendants over your island to complete the look.
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There's no need to travel far to get this look. The Kaja barstool's acacia and oak frame accompanied by rope-bound details give it a worldly, handmade look at a steal of a price! Now that you have room in your budget, treat yourself to some international art decor. These eye-catching Juju hats would be a great pairing to the Kaja barstools. Kronbali has a dazzling array!