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The swooped arms on this classic and tailored bar stool are perfect - stools with arms are often a bit awkward at an island. How can you go wrong with a black cane and bamboo design - perfect for any traditional or vintage kitchen. I wish it was a bit more in my price range though.
Palecek China Bay Bar Stool
This beautiful bar stool is contemporary and cushy. the tufted upholstery ensures you'll stay perched on it for long conversations.
The Portman Saddle Stool is a great stool to use in those spaces where a bar stool with a back isn't pratical. This stool will easily tuck away underneath the counter and it's tufted for extra comfort.
Portman Saddle Stool
Love this counterstool with the fantastic texture of the fabric - this is a great looking, comfortable stool!
Originally designed for a discotheque, unlike wide lapels and cocaine spoons, these barstools have never gone out of style! Lightweight, sleek, and unobtrusive, they let you spin full circle while perching for a cocktail.
This is a funny one. Katso in Greek means "to sit," so I guess that's why it is called a Katso stool. I love its carved, wooden, saddle-like seat.
This old-world style barstool is not only affordable, but fun with the exaggerated curved legs. I could see this pairing well with Edison light bulbs.
Twist Swivel Stool
Nice, slim lined, modern barstool won't take away the sense of space larger, bulkier stools will. Nice for contemporary or modern kitchens.
Cascade Bar Stool
This gorgeous and tailored bar stool reminds me of a tuxedo - classic and timeless. I could see this bar stool working in a classic white kitchen or a modern dark wood kitchen.
Put your pedal to the metal with this antique bicycle stool. It's painted a rustic iron color and features pedals and a bike chain. Bicycle fans everywhere will love it.
I love the simplicity of the stool and the plain black color. It'd go in any space. And at this price, how could you go wrong?
DALFRED Bar Stool
The Louis ghost chairs by Philippe Starck are both classic and iconic. I do, however, also adore the more subtle barstools from the same collection. They're casual yet elegant.
These classic stools from Tolix in France look fresh in mint green. Of course, if you work at a desk for long periods of time, you will want a chair, but stools are perfect for the kind of crafting where you are up and down a lot. And they happen to be on sale right now at Design Within Reach —...
Tolix Marais Barstool
All it takes is a fun splash of color to take a basic, industrial piece from drab to fab. I love the pop of red on the metal elements of this chair.
Now here is something I've always wanted: a counter bench. This one comes in hundreds of fabrics and several nailhead choices.
These swivel bar stools bring shine, curves, comfort and style to your room. Take one for a spin and you'll be hooked.
These comfortable stools give an unexpected jolt of cerulean blue and have a comfortable padded seat and seatback. Also available in carbon and in counter stool height.
Phoenix Swoon Bar Stools
I love the vintage feel of the tubular chrome supports and welcoming curve of the back. It just makes you want to sit in it!
Antiqued zinc plated iron wires warp and weft, wrap and weld surprisingly comfortable contours. Handwoven to graphic extreme with exposed handwelding at each crosspoint and edge wrap. 30" or 24"
I love this bar stool because it looks like it came from an old soda shop. It gives the kitchen a pop of color and is also easy to clean for those who have children — just wipe and go.
Diner Stool, Dark Red
This is an affordable stool. It's practical and perfect for adding a subtle touch of wood to the kitchen.
Bosse Bar Stool
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!
Stave Stool w/Wood Top
A mid-century classic (designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1955), the Series 7 in a stool version is a great way to add some strong contemporary curves to your breakfast bar or kitchen island. They have miles of style but don't hog the spotlight.
Series 7 Stool
The Emeco chair has become such a modern icon that I wrote an entire Ideabook about it. This classic chair was first invented to for battleships during WWII, and come with a 150 year warranty! This is the bar stool version of the original Navy Chair.
Emeco Navy Stools
Anything this utilitarian and classic never goes out of style in my book. I just had a bunch of these powder coated at a local shop in a funky custom turquoise color. For the price, you can't beat the comfort, function and style of this stool. Plus they come in multiple sizes, and with backs! As a...
You can't get more classic than the X-back bar stool. And just like any classic piece, it can work equally well in both traditional spaces and more unique, eclectic ones.
Constance Bar Stool
I love this simple industrial form, but mostly I love the turquoise shade. This stool comes in yellow, red and metal gray as well.
This bar stool has a classic silhouette that's been streamlined and detailed to perfection. Cases in point: the classic X pattern on the back and the delicate ring foot bar.
These faux leather stools would be so cool if they were an all-plastic material, but I do love the simple silhouette.
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.
I would use these at my bar as well as at my desk. They would be a great way to connect rooms and keep with the whole industrial look.
Bring Parisian cafe charm to your kitchen with these woven cafe chair-inspired stools. They add color, texture, and natural materials to any room you place them in. Many color combinations are available.
Another great look is mixing pastel shades with industrial forms and materials, such as with these powder-coated metal stools. They'd be so great against a dark gray kitchen bar.
I'm always searching for ways to add some French flea market style to vintage modern rooms, and these beautiful bar stools with the slightly curved X backs are just the ticket. They are ever so farmhouse rustic yet still chic and elegant.
These vintage lab stools would add scientific cool to a kitchen. I can imagine them complementing open shelves made with reclaimed wood and a display of medicine bottles. What a great way to encourage culinary experiments.