Vintage industrial wood-and-metal barstools provide seating at the serving bar.
A simple barstool made of wood and metal makes a humble nod to this home's farmhouse roots.
Two-toned upholstery adds a visual twist to the barstools.
Leather barstools and dark wood shelves are warm touches in this bright kitchen.
A pair of leather barstools cozy up to the breakfast bar and provide gentle contrast to the pale wood cabinetry.
A slim, counter-height table plus cool green barstools equal an instant—and so stylish—bar.
Just off the kitchen, a full-service wet bar features walnut shelving and strapping barstools.
Guests can saddle up to the kitchen island on midcentury modern barstools, complete with molded seats and tapered legs. The open nature of the kitchen allows the chef to interact with guests while taking care of last-minute prep.
Suede barstools and deerskin accents soften the abundance of hardwood in this mammoth home bar.
Boxy barstools cozy up to this stone breakfast bar, featured on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Cloth napkins and fresh flowers soften the hard edges of the design.
A full wet bar and entertainment area are located next to the car display in this luxury garage. Industrial metal barstools line the bar, providing the perfect place to talk cars over a cocktail.
This grand bar is a step above with rich mahogany paneling and waterfront views. A prep sink and lots of countertop space make the bartender's job a breeze.
A small bar connects the playroom to the atrium. The speckled countertop adds visual interest, while open shelves keep bar essentials handy.
Skinny metal barstools with upholstered seats offer a place to sit at this condo's kitchen bar adjacent to the stylish living room.
The wooden barstools were custom made by craftsman Clint Harp who specializes in using vintage and reclaimed woods for his unique furniture creations.
Beautifully architectural barstools and pendant lights draw the eye along the crisp white eating bar down to the breakfast nook.
A contemporary outdoor stone kitchen has a bar area which seats three as well as a grill.
A contemporary neutral kitchen with yellow barstools is shown, as seen on HGTV's House to Home.