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Stools & Bar Stools

Add style and flexibility to your kitchen with some Castlery bar stools. Bar stools can be used to create sociable seating in your kitchen or make your breakfast bar more practical. Ideal for kitchens of all sizes, bar stools will help you get the most from your home.

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Abel Leather Counter Stool
Abel Leather Counter Stool
Abel Leather Counter Stool
Solid Wood, Genuine Leather
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Edith Cane Counter Stool, Black
Edith Cane Counter Stool, Black
Edith Cane Counter Stool, Black
Spill-Resistant Boucle Seats
$289
Edith Cane Counter Stool, White Wash
Edith Cane Counter Stool, White Wash
Edith Cane Counter Stool, White Wash
Spill-Resistant Boucle Seats
$289
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Edith Cane Bar Stool, White Wash
Edith Cane Bar Stool, White Wash
Edith Cane Bar Stool, White Wash
Spill-Resistant Boucle Seats
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Rio Outdoor Teak Bar Stool
Rio Outdoor Teak Bar Stool
Rio Outdoor Teak Bar Stool
Solid Teak Wood, Durable
$998
Edith Cane Bar Stool, Black
Edith Cane Bar Stool, Black
Edith Cane Bar Stool, Black
Spill-Resistant Boucle Seats
$299
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Stools & Bar Stools

The perfect additional to kitchen islands and breakfast nooks

Bar stools are often placed next to kitchen islands and breakfast bars. Putting your bar stools next to your kitchen island allows friends and family to sit and socialize as you cook and prepare food. If you enjoy entertaining or spending time together as a family, this is the perfect way to make your kitchen work for you.

Alternatively, if you have a breakfast bar or shelves, use kitchen stools to create informal dining spaces and make the most of every corner of your home. Ideal for a quick breakfast, kids’ dinner or casual bite, raised seating areas are perfect for busy homes.

Space-saving seats for dining

If you don’t have the room for a table and dining chairs in your kitchen, you can use bar stools to create a practical and comfortable place to eat. Install a breakfast bar or turn your kitchen island into a dining space. As breakfast bars and islands take up a lot less space than standard dining tables, they’re perfect for smaller homes and bijou interiors.

Choose bar stools that complement your existing interior décor to ensure your new dining area looks the part. Alternatively, opt for bar stools made from classic materials - a rattan or wooden stool will never go out of style and will always look good in your home.

Explore our collection of bar stools, dining benches and tables, and create the dining area perfect for your kitchen, by exploring our range today.

FAQ

How to stop bar stools from scratching the floor?

Good quality bar stools should come with small pads on their feet to prevent them causing damage to your floor. If your bar stools don’t have these pads, you can buy them separately and put them on yourself. This is a good idea as, left unprotected, bar stools can cause scratches and dents on your floor over time.

Are bar stools and kitchen counter stools the same height?

No, bar stools and kitchen counter stools are not typically the same height. They are designed for different purposes and counter heights. Bar stools are meant for use with bar-height tables or counters, which are generally taller than kitchen counters. The standard seat height for bar stools ranges from 28 to 32 inches. Kitchen counter stools are designed for use with standard kitchen counters, which are shorter than bar-height counters. The standard seat height for kitchen counter stools falls within the range of 24 to 26 inches.

What's the standard height for a home kitchen counter stool?

The answer to your question depends on two key factors:

Standard Counter Height: In most homes, kitchen counters follow a standard height range of 36 to 39 inches from the floor.

Ideal Legroom: When seated at the counter, you want comfortable legroom beneath the counter. This is typically achieved with a gap of 9 to 11 inches between the seat of the stool and the underside of the counter.

What should I look for when purchasing a bar stool or counter stool for my home?

Here are some features to look out for when selecting a bar stool or counter stool for your home:

  • Seat: The seat of a bar stool can be made from different materials. Choose something that fits your aesthetic, and comfort. If it's going to be used at a regular dining or eating space, consider easy-to-clean materials like leather or performance fabrics that are spill-resistant
  • Backrest: Some stools have backrests while others may not for a more minimalist appearance. Choose what fits your style.
  • Footrest: Look for bar stools with a footrest at the bottom for a more comfortable seating position.
  • Adjustable height: Certain bar stools have adjustable height mechanisms to accommodate different counter or bar heights.
  • Swivel mechanism: Some bar stools have a swivel mechanism allowing for easy turning without needing to move the entire stool.
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