193 Eclectic Bar Stools and Counter Stools
Even though finding the right bar stools might seem simple, the diversity in style, height and materials can make it more challenging than you might think. Whether it's placed in a kitchen, home bar, dining room or family room, an interesting eclectic bar chair can be more than just a piece of furniture. As you get ready to purchase new barstools or counter height stools, be sure to consider all your options. More
This refurbished iron pub stool with its lovingly aged shabby patina has industrial chic written all over it. Sit a few at a reclaimed wooden bar with antique lightbulb pendants, or mix and match it with a few other stools around a pub table for that eclectic thrift market look.
Rockwell Bistro Barstool, Dark Red
$2,531.25 $3,375.00 · Only 5 Left
In today’s disposable world, you’re among those who still appreciate quality design that’s built to last. A case in point: This impeccably constructed cast iron stool with a backrest for comfort and height adjustment mechanism.
Bring a sense of industrial chic to your bar with this handsome stool. Its low-backed wooden seat, which has been sandblasted and given a natural wax finish, swivels on a rustic iron base.
Give your center island a contemporary edge that everyone will envy. The clean lines and circular shape of this sculptured, metal bar stool give it a unique twist. It’s made from recycled metal and topped with a tufted cushion, which comes in either Natural and Aubergine.
Recycled Metal Bar Stool with Cushion
$1,237 · Only 1 Left
If you’re a fan of industrial chic, this sculptural stool belongs in your favorite eclectic setting. But don’t bring it home for its quirky-cool good looks alone — it’s incredibly comfortable, too, thanks to the so-supportive backrest and footrest. And if you want you can take the back off!
The popularity of industrial chic isn’t about looks alone; it’s in homage to a time when things were built to last. Case in point, this sturdily constructed, adjustable stool — a well-balanced cast iron piece with an oak seat and brazed joinery, the perfect addition to your favorite setting.
Grab your swizzle sticks and set your bar stool to the right height with ease. It's made of iron with an all-around foot rest and a bleached pine top, so you’ll enjoy industrial-chic café counter- or bar-height seating for years to come.
This industrial-chic stool brings home a real neo-retro vibe. With its cast iron frame, brazed joinery and adjustable oak seat, it looks like it came from some defunct factory — a quirky-cool piece for your favorite eclectic setting.
About face! Add a little lightheartedness to your space with this white ceramic garden stool. Each side features a smiling Buddha that looks perfectly happy set next to a chair or sofa. Or, use it outdoors as an inspired plant stand or extra setting in the garden or on a deck.
Our Vintage Industrial Collection is the definition of urban chic. Reclaimed wood, rusted iron and time worn accents insure that our unique collection of furniture, accessories and lighting will take center stage in any style of decor. Mix and match with our Rural Chic and Lodge Collections for a...
Shine Bar Stool
$344 · Only 6 Left
The clean industrial lines of these reclaimed pine stools would fit right into my minimalist look, while the wood would add a touch of character.
The classic adjustable industrial stool that so many of our parents and grandparents are familiar with-generations have used these stools at work, at school. Timeless.
This sturdy iron stool is for the industrial chic lovers. I love that the seat is a replica of an actual tractor seat — can't get more industrial than that, right?
I love this hoof-footed stool. You could change out the upholstery, maybe to something with hair on hide.
These beautiful stool have vintage modern style and add texture and industrial elements into any room.
This folding stool will add bright colors to your kitchen island or bar. It comes in 24 powdercoated hues, so you can choose a set in one color or mix and match a colorful grouping.
Winston just might be the perfect barstool: sturdy and comfortable, with classic design elements like nail-head trim, this upholstered barstool offers comfort. A combination of traditional and modern style, the Winston barstool is the best of both worlds.
The "Estelle" black leather barstool has a curved back designed to envelop you in comfort. With nail-head trim and a button-tufted back, it is as stylish as it is comfortable.
These stools are way out there, but oh-so-very-hip and cool. They were designed and made in 1971 by Joe Colombo for Zanotta and are collectors' items. If you want to own originals that would look super hot at your kitchen or small bar, these are definitely the ticket.
This stool reminds me of working over a drafting table, sketching the still life in front of me (I'm going back to college now!). It's great nostalgic touch.
Reclaimed for a new generation. These eco-friendly pieces are all made from recycled iron that has been reclaimed from old buildings and ships. While the styling of each item remains the same, the old iron gives every piece its own unique characteristics. The iron is torched with fire, and then a...
Great for your country lodge or cabin retreat, our rustic bar and counter stools are a terrific seating option for both indoors and outside. First, choose from either the counter height or the taller bar height stool, then add a luxuriously designed seat from our numerous options. Choose from our...
I appreciate the rustic appeal to these barstools, while they still manage to avoid the dude ranch wagonwheel coffee table look. They are the perfect way to create your own tasting room — right at home!
This industrial stool has vintage charm and a nice combination of wood and steel. Perfect for a vintage modern kitchen that's looking for something to bring in the "old" look to mix with the new.
The way this seat cradles yours, you'll have nothing but the drinks to blame if you slide off. Made from sustainably harvested and reclaimed woods, this bar stool proudly shows off its roots — grains, notches and all — in a finish as warm as the bourbon you'll be drinking while on it.
I love industrial stools like this which are really well built and add instant character to a kitchen. I have used similar stools around a vintage stainless steel kitchen island, which really looks great, indestructible too!
A classic bistro stool with a warm carbon or dark red finish. Bistro chairs features an industrial aesthetic with a unique blend of iron.
Shinto style wooden bar stools are quite comfortable, we have them ourselves in our farmhouse kitchen and spec them regularly for clients. Will work in nearly any style kitchen.
Wood Backless Counter Stools
I think that the silhouette of this stool is beautiful. I love the art deco feel mixed with the modern elements of the sculpted legs.
This barstool ups the edge factor of a room in a huge way. Iron and recycled wood interlace to form a pyramidal frame in which the rustic wood seat can be adjusted up and down, making it great addition to any table�ʉ�Ӊno matter the table�ʉ����s or person�ʉ����s height.
With a nod to the collection's signature look, the Barbara Barry Caned Bar/Counter Stool features square mesh caning framed in rattan and accented by the collection's signature half-oval, cutout detail. Rattan armrests that start at the low backrest, gently curve downward to join the front legs,...
This bar stool looks like fun upholstered in all leather with real horse stirrups. These days you don’t even need a real horse to feel like a cowboy!
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