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At Wayfair.com, we try to make sure you always have a zillion options for your home. That's why we have so many Barstools for sale on our site, including Barstools from brands like Boraam Industries Inc and Hillsdale Furniture. We want to make sure when you buy one of our Barstools online from Wayfair.com, you're getting the one that's exactly right for you, whether that's the Sumatra 29" Swivel Bar Stool with Cushion, the Venus 24" Adjustable Swivel Barstool, or something entirely different and unique to your home.
and clean fabrics, pale
neutrals, natural fibers, light
and weathered woods, casual
furniture and nautical/sea-life
This style bridges the gap
between traditional and modern.
Pieces feature softened and
rounded lines as opposed to the
stark lines seen in modern
design. Simple and clean lines
with smooth surfaces without any
carving or adornment. Color
palette relies heavily on brown,
taupe, cream and pure white.
Generally exemplified by
feminine furniture, muted
colors, milk-paint finishes and
vintage fabrics. Soft, muted
colors showing the wear of time.
Flea markets and Grandma's attic
are the perfect spots for
finding items for this style.
Pieces with straight lines,
painted finishes and very little
include baskets, carved wooden
bowls, pottery, pewter and hand-
forged metal accents. Floral,
checked and striped patterns
printed on fabric.
style is characterized by
luxurious fabrics, sparkly
chandeliers, mirrored furniture,
velvets, fur and ornate
upholstery details such as
Inspired: This style
combines furniture, patterns,
and decorative accents inspired
by other countries and cultures.
Many products will have
geometric features with vibrant
color combinations and patterns.
These pieces of furniture evoke
a "global" style with ethic
designs and motifs that can be
found in cultures around the
Practical and minimalist,
industrial style is all about
clean lines and no-frills.
Industrial spaces often
incorporate these three
elements: metal, wood, and
exposed or weathered features,
such as bricks. Often uses
reclaimed items. This style
combines a modern look with a
Mid-Century style features
tapered legs, warm woods,
natural fabrics, minimal
patterns, minimal details, pops
of bright colors and clean
This style was originated in the
late 19th Century and emphasizes
simple horizontal and vertical
flat panels that accentuate the
grain of the wood. This style
incorporates handcrafted wood,
glass, and metal work creating
furniture that is both simple
sleek with clean lines.
Generally incorporates high
gloss using whites, greys, and
blacks. A focus on geometry and
angular shapes is a hallmark of
modern design. Glass and leather
is also seen a lot with modern
Novelty items have a
Rustic Use of a
warm nature-inspired color
palette: whites, browns, blacks,
grays, and tans. Hints of green,
orange, and red can be found as
accent colors. Incorporating
natural materials, such as wood,
stone, leather, sisal, wool,
clay, and various metal
finishes, throughout the decor,
is the key element to Rustic
style. Contrasting textures and
patterns are also used in this
Clean-lines, simple, and
interiors feature bright white
on floors, fabrics, and walls.
While, unpainted, light wood
furniture that embraces the
natural grain adds much-needed
warmth to spaces. Sleek,
utilitarian furniture without
much embellishment is a mainstay
in this minimalist style with a
Traditional style furniture
tends to look heavy with an
heirloom type quality. Common
wood tones are darker shades of
mahogany and walnut. Traditional
style tends to feature pieces
with tufted cushions and
Bar stools are available in a wide range of styles, each style can also have unique features. It's important to consider which room in the home you're shopping for to help better choose style and features that are right for you.
From bar stools with adjustable heights, backless barstools ideal for kitchen counters, and upholstered barstools that add style and pattern, there is more to the modern barstool than you may think!
Bar stools can add functionality and style to any living space, but make sure that you don't buy extra tall bar stools when you need bar height bar stools by reading over our guide on how to choose the right bar stool height.
Our guide goes over some great tips about how to measure your counter or table and matches it to the right type of bar stool for you. So whether you're looking for a short bar stool for a dining table or a bar height bar stools for the basement, head over to our guide to get all the details.