How to Choose the Right Leather Counter Stool
The terms bar stool and counter stool are often used interchangeably, but they’re different. To figure out which one is right for you, get out your tape measure. Bar height stools work great for surfaces 40 to 43 inches from the floor. And counter height stools work well for surfaces 35 to 39 inches from the floor. If in doubt, consider an adjustable stool, which can be raised and lowered.
Make sure there’s at least nine to 12 inches of legroom. How many stools you need depends upon your space. For stools 16 to 18 inches wide, allow for six inches between each seat. And for stools, 18 inches and wider, allow for eight to 10 inches between each seat.
Some of the most popular stool features include: Backless styles tuck away neatly under the counter. Armless is easy to get in and out of. Stools with a back provide extra support for extended sitting. An armrest provides added comfort. And swivel stools offer excellent maneuverability.
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