By Bernetta Moreau. Bar Stools. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 10:22:17 AM.
Materials Some of the most common materials for swivel barstools are wood and metal. Oak and cherry are among the top purchased woods since they can easily suit any style from traditional to rustic to contemporary. Wrought iron is one of the most favored options for metal since it is very sturdy and elegant, and can have a contemporary look or a more old-fashioned look. Aside from wood and metal, other materials available are leather, leather & wood, leather & metal, metal & wood, acrylic, micro fiber, and wicker/weave. When deciding which material is right for you, be sure to factor in where your swivel barstool will be going, not only what style of room but how it will be used and how it will need to function.
Types Swivel barstools come with two main movement options to choose from. The first option swivels a full 360 degrees, which is the standard option in both commercial and home settings. The other option is memory swivel, which swivels 180 degrees in either direction, or returns back to its fixed center position once empty. The standard choice is the classic endless swivel, while memory swivel is an effortless way to keep your space aligned and tidy. Both types of swivel barstools come in a wide variety of styles, materials, and models depending on your personal needs and preferences.
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.
The kitchen is pretty apparent. At kitchen counters and places where there can be a lot of foot traffic but not enough floor spaces, barstools tuck in neatly and clear up all the room that's needed. A den, too, is often crowded. Using a counter height table with barstools (or adjustable barstools), the space problem is easily solved. In many modern apartments, however, rent is high and space is low; the living and dining rooms might have the same space problem. Bringing some comfortable and stylish barstools into these rooms can do wonders for all those banged up ankles and bumping knees.
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