Published at Thursday, March 07th 2019. by Sasya in Bar stools.
There are many materials from which stools are built, At first, wood was used as the basic material, With time the designers started combinations between wood, which was used in 80 percent of the stool bar and 20 percent insertion of metal, In time, the elements of chrome have become more attractive and wood was replaced in many cases in 100 percent with metal.
particularly in the night clubs. The material we sit on is also important so. again. the options are multiple and you may go for for fabric. plastic. or. more expensive. for leather. according to your personality. the colours and the other furniture and décor in your room.
"Nicer" metal bar stools typically have all-welded frames. The only bolts you may see hold the seat to the swivel mechanism and there may be a few screws holding the seat pad to the metal frame. This type of construction is far more sturdy than "RTA" stools.
34" and larger bar stools are used for counters that exceed 42" in height. Please double check your measurements before ordering a 34" seat height. These are common enough for manufacturers to produce them. but most customers will need a bar stool in the 24" to 30" range.
Price...What Should I Expect To Pay? You can buy a bar stool for as little as $9. Typically bar stools less than $100 are "RTA" or "Ready to Assemble". This means that the bar stool must be bolted together by the customer. Using as many as FIFTY (yes. I once sold a stool that required 50 bolts) bolts. legs must be attached. seats must be attached. arms. back. seat frame. etc. Every bolt used to assemble a bar stool is a potential problem.
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