Kitchen. Published at Thursday, March 23rd 2017, 16:16:36 PM by Idalie Aust.
Kitchen bar stools can be used in modern kitchens that designed with a kitchen counter which is usually used as a serving simultaneously eating food. Dishes cooked in the kitchen do not need to be brought and laid out in a separate room in the dining area. Such a concept is perfect for homes with a minimalist area, which is beneficial to save the land and also save time presentation. In addition, when the owner of the house is cooking, they can still chatting casually with their friends sitting around a table island area.
The importance of kitchen bar stools
Barstool is an important element as the seat of mini bar in the kitchen and furniture that can beautify the room. Then what is the appropriate seat design for the kitchen? Bar stools or chairs mini bar typically have characteristics feet long, with little or no rest, and usually can be played. Because the height of the bar is higher than the pantry counter height, bar stools must follow the height of the bar in the kitchen. Design dining chairs in usually has a height of approximately 45 cm. While seat bar has a height of approximately 75 cm or 65 cm if used in pairs with pantry table.
Bar stool materials
The material used for the seat bar is usually conforming to the existing furniture around the kitchen. If you like the classic style then you can select a chair made of wood or natural stone material for the pantry table. Other seat materials such as metal, aluminum, stainless steel, and contemporary chrome are increasingly interesting many people. But there are also materials made of rattan or bamboo chairs that can create a natural impression. You can choose a chair with a long-legged with hydraulic systems and can be set. You can also choose a four-legged bar stool with small backrest.
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