By Berdine Petit. Bar Stools. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 12:06:09 PM.
The barstools, as obvious with their name, are basically designed for restaurants or bars. But its usage is now becoming extensively popular in homes. People use them in their household especially near kitchen counters or private bars. Barstools are widely available in many colors, designs and textures. They are also made up of different materials to provide you with a high level of strength and durability and a classy look to your home.
Aside from the height of a barstool, how the barstool moves is important. Are you planning to have the stool in place the entire time, such as at a casual bar or diner counter, or will the stool need to be moved? If you want seats fastened to the floor, adjustable height barstools are an option. These stools move around the 30 inch mark but don't go as low or as high as counter and spectator stools, respectively. Movable stools are more common, especially for dining establishments. Often designed like an oversized chair - but not always - these stools can be moved with a table set to any point in your home, bar, or restaurant.
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.
Cover Your Stools and Leave them Out All Winter. If it's summertime and there's not a drop of rain or flake of snow in sight, it's OK to cover your stools and leave them outside a day or two. However, if it's the dead of winter and there's no chance you're going to be outside using the BBQ, cover your barstools and then store them away. Barstool covers can only protect so much. The idea is to maintain the integrity of your barstools and your covers as much as possible. So instead of letting the snow and rain eat away your covers, cover your stools and store them away.
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