Welcome to our stools category where you can find adjustable stools, bar height stools, and counter stools! Before you start shopping, let us help you make it easier by answering frequently asked questions.
What is the difference between bar stool and counter stool?
Bar stools are taller than counter height stools, and they’re designed for your bar area, not your kitchen.
Purpose of stool?
With our wide selection of stools, there are a few different types that you can narrow down based on what you need a stool for.
Bar stools are perfect for a bar area in your home while counter stools are designed for counter height options like at your kitchen counter or casual dining area.
Adjustable stools are versatile because you can adjust the height to match your bar area, kitchen, or casual dining.
What should bar stools match?
You don’t have to match your bar stools to your dining chairs but at least keep in mind the style of your home, so you can find stools that are similar in design so they don’t clash when you add them to your décor.
How to measure bar stools?
Go ahead and measure the height of your bar from the floor to the top, and compare this to the dimensions of the bar stool chair you have your eyes on so you can make sure you leave enough room for you to stretch out your legs. You wouldn’t want to get a stool that’s too short or not tall enough.
Are bar stools good for posture?
Yes, they are! Bar height stools keep your spine straight, giving you a healthy posture that makes it easy to be comfortable while you’re sitting down.
How to adjust bar stool height?
Check for the feature, gas lift hinge mechanism, as your adjustable stool’s height can be adjusted by using the mechanism on the side that lifts or lowers the height easily for you.
How tall are counter height stools?
The height of kitchen counter stools vary, so make sure when you find a stool that you like that you compare it to your kitchen counter by measuring from the floor to the top. This ensures you get stools that are the right height and give you room to stretch out your legs.
Should counter stools match kitchen chairs?
No, counter height stools don’t have to match your kitchen chairs but we do recommend tying the design of your new stools to the style of your kitchen, so the stools and chairs have something in common and don’t clash.
How many stools do I need?
Think about how often you entertain your friends and family for happy hour or casual meals and consider how much space you have. There needs to be at least six inches between each stool so there’s space for everyone to sit back and enjoy conversations.
Now that we have answered some important questions, we can’t wait for you to find your favorite stool, whether it’s a bar height stool, counter height stool, or adjustable stool!