Published at Thursday, April 20th 2017. by Maiolaine Delamare in Kitchen Bar.
Granted there’s not a whole lot you can do to transform a bar stool, but simple tricks like switching out the seat cover every now and again could make all the difference in the kitchen. For summer, you can tie citrus colored cushions to the tops of the stools. And once winter is around the corner, swap out the vibrant colors for some cool, refreshing fabrics that allude to the snowy scene.
Leather furniture is usually something you incorporate in a traditional interior décor, unless the design is unusual and innovative, in which case it can easily fit in a more modern space. In the case of leather bar stools, the designs are not as versatile as for other material combinations. They tend to look more robust and they usually fit well in spaces that have an overall traditional and elegant design.
For quick seating and brisk eating, bar stools are the most comfortable seating arrangement in the kitchen. These high-rise, individualistic stools not only give the dining area a cleaner appearance, but they are also extremely versatile. Move them to the living room for your guests when you have a small gathering, place them on the back porch for any barbecue occasion, or use them as a prop for the bags of groceries you just bought.
Blue is such a stunningly calm color, and one of the best parts about it is that you can play around with the shades to make it more turquoise or green. These bright sky blue bar stools featured on The Kitchn look absolutely incredible in this white kitchen along with the comparably bright yellow accents.
But what if several persons are using the kitchen and their heights differ quite a bit? There’s a practical solution for that situation too. Multi-height counters are a great solution for families or shared kitchens. They basically feature various surfaces with different heights so everyone can feel comfortable when using the kitchen. Another advantage for this type of design is that it’s especially great for multi-functional kitchen islands that also work as bars or dining tables.
Breakfast bars–they’re not just for breakfast! In fact, these handy spaces are often seen as a bonus when it comes to extra seating. The perfect place for guests to sit and keep the chef company during gatherings and an ideal spot for a casual meal, breakfast bars are a true decorating perk. But how do you punctuate them with style? Perhaps it’s with the perfect set of kitchen stools. Or maybe it involves emulating the look of your favorite restaurant bar!