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Bar & Counter Stools

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Counter Stools for Bars and Islands

Those tall countertops call for tall bar chairs for the ideal seating solution. Grandin Road offers a broad inventory of bar & counter stools in a range of sophisticated designs so you can choose the style that best suits your space.

How to Choose Bar Stools

Like ordering a craft beer or fine glass of wine, choosing bar stools for the kitchen and bar takes a bit of thought, but it can be a lot easier if you follow these simple steps:

  1. Measure the counter height. This step will help you narrow down your options to either bar-height stools or counter-height stools. Bar stools are typically taller at 30 to 36 inches, while counter stools are shorter at 24 to 29 inches.
  2. Think about where you need bar seating. Are the bar stools for the breakfast bar in the kitchen or the built-in living room bar? Kitchen stools generally