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Modern home designs incorporate open plan living and extensive outdoor living spaces. If your home includes a kitchen with an island bench or a breakfast bar, a sophisticated outdoor entertaining space, or if you’ve chosen a hi-rise dining bar table - you need fabulous bar stools!
Available in a wide range of designs, the comfiest bar stools have padded seats, footrests and backrests.
The Silverwood furniture range includes high back Silverwood MK2 stools in solid acacia and timber veneer with upholstered black or chocolate seats. Perhaps you have the Silverwood table and dining room chairs or the matching coffee tables, in which case the Silverwood MK2 bar stools would fit perfectly into your decor.
Browse our big range of traditional and modern bar stools to find a selection of:
Kitchen stools are perfect for high and low breakfast bars and island benches. You might also choose hi-rise bar stools and table sets in the dining room, on the balcony, or outdoor bar stools in your alfresco entertaining space.
Check out our outdoor furniture collection to see outdoor bar stools and table sets such as the Rimini 7 piece outdoor bar setting creating exciting outdoor entertainment areas in homes Australia wide.
Excellent question! Stool heights can vary considerably and include what we might call ‘low kitchen counter stools’ and also ‘bar stools’.
Being the taller of the two, bar stools can range in height from approximately 71 cm right up to about 101 cm.
A standard breakfast bar style of kitchen bench measures 105 cm, so bar stools at about 75 cm seat height like the Casimir pair of bar stools or the Papia bar stool will be just right for standard breakfast bars.
There are two important measurements to take before you go shopping for bar stools:
While there might be standard kitchen bench heights Australia wide, they can vary so always check the measurement from the floor to the underside of the counter, bar or table beneath which you want to put bar stools.
TIP: When you’ve found bar stools that you like, ensure you check the seat height measurement on the specifications, not the height to the top of the high back bar stools.
Measure the total width of your kitchen counter, breakfast bar or table to work out how many stools will fit comfortably alongside each other. Allow a good 15 cm at least between each bar stool and about 25 cms minimum if the bar stools swivel or have arms.
It depends on the design and height of the bar stool, but if you are being mindful of your posture bar stools shouldn’t be considered bad for your back.
In fact, some will say modern bar stools can help to improve your posture by positioning your feet closer under your body, thereby putting the spine into better alignment.
If you have dining or lounge furniture that sits close to your breakfast bar or kitchen counter where the bar stools are positioned, then the bar stools should complement the furniture and decor, if not match it.
You can mix and match bar stools to create visual interest and a cool vibe in the room, but how do you make it work?