There was a time when the mention of bar stools conjured up images of wobbly, uncomfortable seats immersed in cigarette smoke and reeking of beer. No more.
With today’s open floor plans, people gravitate to the kitchen and perch on bar stools.
Bar stools have become hip … or is that cool? It only takes a brief visit to The Barstool Shop to see how they’ve evolved into decorative accessories that will work in almost any house – or even in restaurants.
Your choices are almost limitless, giving you the opportunity to create whatever you can imagine. Metals in a variety of shapes and designs make for very stylish seating, and wood is always a classic choice. Do you want fire-engine red microfiber seats, or would you rather match the curtains in your dining nook? Do you want bar stools that swivel? With a back or without? Adjustable or stationary? It’s all possible.
The Barstool Shop owner Tammy Haight explains that while most bar stools come in a variety of heights, “Building codes for new construction sometimes necessitate higher kitchen counters. That means that traditional bar stools don’t work.” She says a 34-inch-high bar stool might be necessary “if you don’t want to feel like a 6-year-old at the big table.”
“The 34-inch barstool is hard to find, but we have a great selection,” she says, adding that The Barstool Shop is currently the only store in the Lowcountry that carries them.
Customer service is a high priority at The Barstool Shop; they’ll gladly let you borrow fabric swatches and finish samples to help you make your decision. Whether you are looking for a couple of bar stools to jazz up your eat-in kitchen or a pub table and bar stools for everyday casual dining, there is really only one place to find the selection, style and service you need. When you visit The Barstool Shop, be prepared to be surprised at the choices you’ll find. Bar stool? It just might be the best seat in the house.
To see their huge selection, stop by The Barstool Shop in Patriot’s Plaza in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; visit www.TheBarstoolShop.com; or call (843) 881-7073.