Three rustic counter-height barstools at the kitchen island are constructed of top-quality steel with non-toxic, lead-free paint and cushioned seats for comfort.
Two-toned upholstery adds a visual twist to the barstools.
Vintage industrial wood-and-metal barstools provide seating at the serving bar.
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.
Brass barstools with fire engine red seats pop against the kitchen's clean white peninsula.
A pair of leather barstools cozy up to the breakfast bar and provide gentle contrast to the pale wood cabinetry.
Leather barstools and dark wood shelves are warm touches in this bright kitchen.
Three barstools line the counter, providing more space for guests during a barbeque or cook-out. Thanks to their wicker material, these seats easily complement the nearby armchairs.
A simple barstool made of wood and metal makes a humble nod to this home's farmhouse roots.
The kitchen uses shape in an intriguing way, the lines of the lantern pendants and the barstools called out against their different-colored backdrops.
The wooden barstools were custom made by craftsman Clint Harp who specializes in using vintage and reclaimed woods for his unique furniture creations.
What's happy hour without your best pal by your side? This wine-themed basement features floating shelves and barstools for additional seating.
The fun shapes and colors of cocktail mixers are the visual life of this sleek bar. Open shelving keeps them on full display.
This contemporary kitchen is a stylish eye-catching space with unique metal barstools. This space has contemporary furnishings that give this kitchen charm and appeal.
A slim, counter-height table plus cool green barstools equal an instant—and so stylish—bar.
Sidle on up to this home's casual bar and kick back with a drink in one of the leather barstools.
Wire-backed barstools are a fun accent in this open kitchen. The dark kitchen island is balanced by dazzling white cabinetry and layered lighting.
Five barstools tuck into the kitchen island, creating a cozy eat-in counter. From here, guests can chat with the chef or the kiddos can help bake cookies for after dinner.