Once you have made your mind about a bar, it is time to think about where your guests will be sitting. Before you start your search for the perfect bar stools, you need to consider where they will be placed. There are many options but the most common way to place the bar stools are slotted underneath a table or on display. It is important to match the bar stools to your bar by height and style. Also, before buying, consider the functionality, comfort, who is going to use the bar stools and price.
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The first thing you need to do is measure the height of your surface (table, counter or bar) to be sure of the bar stool height. While most tables, counters and bar tops have a standard height range, you still need to know the exact number.
Tabletops range from 28 to 30 inches high (71 to 76 cm) - the stool height should be around 18 inches (46 cm).
Countertops are usually around 36 to 39 inches (91 to 99 cm) - the stool height should range from 24 to 26 inches tall (61 to 66 cm).
Bar tops surfaces are typically 40 to 42 inches tall (102 to 107 cm) - the stool height should be 28 to 30 inches (71 to 76 cm).
Leg Room. Have around 9 to 13 inches (23 to 33 cm) between the bar stools and the bar surface to have enough space for the legs.
Multiple Bar Stools. Depending on the length of your bar, you will be able to fit multiple bar stools. Keep enough space between the stools for your guests to easily sit and move around. The general recommendation is to have at least 6 inches (15 cm) for bar stools 16 to 18 inches wide (41 to 46 cm); and around 8 to 11 inches between bar stools 19 to 22 inches wide (48 to 56 cm).
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