Alyssa. Bar Stool. February 13th , 2018.
Price is always a consideration when purchasing anything and buying a bar stool is no different. While you want to buy the highest quality stool you can afford you don`t want to over spend and regret your purchase later on. Set a budget that you can afford and then only look for stools within your price range. That way you can get what you want without going broke in the bargain.
Where to buy? Deciding where you`re going to buy your stool from is also extremely important decision to make. You need to realise sometimes it isn`t if the place you are buying from is the cheapest because of the quality of the service offered such as delivery (only important when you order online) the returns policy is something to keep your eye on as well. A lot (I mean nearly all!) do not actually allow you to assemble the bar stool(s) and then decide to return them and faults must be reporting within a few days of purchase, more often than not the supplier can send out replacing parts really easily. So you don`t need to return the whole stool if only the base is scuffed. Please pay attention to their returns policy and warranty, otherwise you will end up not being able to return the bar stool you had just ordered or may not even be able to get replacement parts for free.
Metal Bar Stools. Metal stools are usually made out of either steel or stainless steel because these metals are very strong. If you don`t want the natural wooden look, a metal bar stool is for you. They come in sleek and elegant colors as well as shiny chrome. These stools will give the room a modern look. One exception is the wrought iron stool. These are made of iron that is bent into beautiful curves to form the stool. Unlike stainless steel models, these wrought iron models will give your kitchen or bar an old-fashioned look.
Height is another thing to consider when choosing a bar stool. Stools come in various heights and oftentimes people purchase a stool or even a large number of stools only to realize that the stools are either too tall or too short for the bar or bar table for which they are intended. Unless you are planning on purchasing an adjustable stool, you should measure the height of your bar or bar table. Your stool should sit under it leaving 10 to 13 inches for leg room and easy movement.
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