Wood Barstools

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Dominick Metal Swivel Counterstools Set of 2Dominick Metal Swivel Counterstools Set of 2
Vieno 29 1/2" Walnut Wood Bar StoolVieno 29 1/2" Walnut Wood Bar Stool
Jasper 25" High Oatmeal Fabric Counter StoolJasper 25" High Oatmeal Fabric Counter Stool
Vieno 29 1/2" Black Wood Bar StoolVieno 29 1/2" Black Wood Bar Stool
Vieno 29 1/2" White Wood Bar StoolVieno 29 1/2" White Wood Bar Stool
Nicholson Counter StoolNicholson Counter Stool

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Nicholson Counter Stool

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Nigel Blue Velvet Luxe BarstoolNigel Blue Velvet Luxe Barstool
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A wood bar stool is a versatile addition to any home. Models in dark walnut or cherry complement a traditional or rustic bar. For a coastal vibe, pair a white-washed counter stool with a beachy wicker table. To achieve a cool transitional look, browse wood bar stools featuring a two-toned finish.


Are barstools suitable for children?

Counter-height barstools are suitable for children, but use caution and keep an eye on features that aid in your child’s safety. We recommend looking at barstools with adjustable heights, backrests, and armrests. As for anything that involves children, it is best to keep an eye on them and teach them how to be safe when climbing up and down any seat.

Are barstools comfortable?

While traditional wood barstools are not known for their comfort while sitting for extended periods, there are various ways to ensure you have the support you need. Many barstools include upholstered cushions, using materials such as memory foam padding or foam and feather mix to provide a comfortable seat. You may also want to look for barstool options with backrests, armrests, and footrests, as they provide a more enjoyable and restful seating arrangement.

How do you protect your floors from barstool legs?

There are many different pads and wrapping to put on your barstool legs to protect your floors. We recommend looking for felt pads, plastic floor glides, or silicone floor protectors. Use a hot glue gun when placing any protectors. This way, the products will stay on and protect your floor longer. You can also place your barstools on a small area or runner rug to make a design statement while protecting your floors.