Top 5 Favorite Bar Stools

Islands are increasingly popular in today’s kitchen designs. My top five favorite counter height bar stools are listed below.

  1. Zentique has an acrylic framed stool with a cow hide seat. My jaw dropped the first time I saw the stool! I knew it would be perfect at the island in a Vestavia kitchen renovation.

  2. Keeping with the acrylic theme, Gabby Home has a counter stool with an acrylic seat and brass legs. The clear seat is comfortable and easy to clean. Throw a sheepskin over the seat for added texture.

  3. Another easy to clean option can be found at Target. The Carlisle Metal Counter Stool is available in several colors giving you a fun accent at the kitchen island. The counter stool is lightweight making it easy for small children to move in and out as needed.

  4. Natural materials are trending in the Interior Design industry and with that comes my fourth favorite counter stool from Arteriors. The Richmond Counter Stool is made with flat woven rattan. The weave is a traditional cane pattern that has been made current by it’s exaggerated scale.

  5. Another natural material being used for kitchen seating is leather. The CB2 Roadhouse Leather Counter Stool boasts a comfortable seat with a back.

Having seating at the kitchen island invites your family and guests to sit and stay awhile!

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 Zentique counter stool at the kitchen island in the Vestavia, Alabama. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

Zentique counter stool at the kitchen island in the Vestavia, Alabama. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

 Gabby Home King Acrylic Stool in this charming Homewood, Alabama kitchen. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

Gabby Home King Acrylic Stool in this charming Homewood, Alabama kitchen. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

 Target Carlisle Metal Counter Stool for this family with young boys in Homewood, AL. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

Target Carlisle Metal Counter Stool for this family with young boys in Homewood, AL. Photo by: Paula Coldiron

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Pursuit of Perfection

Pursuit of perfection has been my nemisis for years! Well, today that is being squashed!  I look forward to sharing many of the beautiful spaces that I have designed as well as the stories behind the projects. Along the way, I hope to impart valuable insight into the process of design. Join me!

 Photo by Layton Dudley - Starnes Digital

Photo by Layton Dudley - Starnes Digital

Date under title is not accurate - finally hit publish on October 3, 2018. Told you pursuit of perfection held me back! NOT ANY MORE!