By Darcy Meyer. Bar Stools. Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 10:22:24 AM.
The outdoor barstool is also good for when you throw outdoor cocktail parties and need some extra seating but do not want to ruin your indoor furniture. Outdoor barstools are also great for reaching those hard to reach tree branches when setting up a piñata for your little ones birthday. The counter stool is amazing for outdoor built-in barbecues and outdoor counters that wouldn't otherwise be accessible by chair. Metal stools are perfect for outdoor conditions as they can withstand any element thrown at them.
If you have barstools, you need barstool covers. They help protect your stools and keep the elements from them. Wind, dirt, and sun can damage your barstools. By getting appropriate covers that fit your stools, you'll be able to keep them safe and clean for years. However, there are a few don'ts when it comes to covering your barstools. Read through the following Dos and Don'ts of barstool covers and get an idea of how to use them wisely (and how not to).
Barstool Cover Dos. Always Cover Your Stools when Not in Use. Even if it's only for a day, you should always cover your barstools when you're not using them. If you let them sit out in the sun, they can begin to fade. And letting dirt and dust build up on them won't help them either. So every time they're not in use, put a cover over them.
If you want your bar or pub to stand out from so many dives take time in planning out your commercial seating since comfort is what matters most to patrons who frequent bars and restaurants. Try to find barstools and seating that match the décor of the building's interior and fits the clientele you cater too.
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