Early American Bar Stool

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The Early American Bar Stool is an au naturel piece featuring real authentic hickory logs. Each bar stool will look unique to one another due to variations inside of the logs being used to construct this piece.

  • Framing and any skirts will be made out of Rustic Hickory Twigs. The rest will be made out of the wood you've selected.

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    Seat Height

  • Upholstery

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    Fabric

    Due to the large volume of fabrics we offer please visit our fabric provider's website to view more fabrics. Enter in the number and name of the fabric below. Note: Clicking the link will open a new tab. Navigate back to enter in your fabric selection. This applies to standard fabrics ONLY. Premium fabric is not available.

    Leather

    100% genuine, cow hide leather. Note: Each cow hide is different and colors may vary than what is shown.

  • You can view larger samples on our Stains and Finishes page. Each monitor is different and may skew colors.

    Choose the same wood you have selected above to view stains on that wood.

    Please note that Cherry will darken over time and colors will vary.

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The Early American Bar Stool is an au naturel piece featuring real authentic hickory logs. Each bar stool will look unique to one another due to variations inside of the logs being used to construct this piece.

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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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