he Miami Bar Stool shows off a detailed routered cut on the back. Slim and lean lines are just some of the defining features of the Amish made Miami Bar Stool
The Miami Bar Stool shown in Brown Maple with Maliguania stain
|Overall||18 ¾”||17 ¾”||24″ or 30″ (floor to top of seat)|
|Back Height||18 ½”|
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We offer two different heights for bar stools: 24″ and 30″. Now you’re probably asking yourself: Why would there need to be two different heights for bar stools? Below we discuss the differences.
Counter & Bar
Bar stools are made in two different heights because they are made for counters or bars. Most standard counters are 36″ high from the floor to the top of them. For these types of counters you will want a 24″ high bar stool to allow enough room for your legs and to have it feel like your almost sitting at a normal table. Bar are typically 42″ high making them 6 inches taller than standard counters. Due to this height difference you want your bar stool to fit accordingly which is why you need a 30″ high bar stool.
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