Yellow barstools positively *pop* in this open-concept kitchen, easily complementing the sconce over the sink. As if the eat-in island weren't cool enough, it even has built-in shelves for cookbooks and other essentials.
Neon yellow barstools add a punch of bright color and pizzazz to this predominately white kitchen. The spacious kitchen island features a thick marble countertop that pairs well with the crisp white cabinetry.
One of the goals in this kitchen makeover was increased storage. Designers achieved that by extending a row of cabinets into the dining area. The long island and cheery yellow barstools act as visual separation between the kitchen and living room.
Get a modern classic look with affordable elements, like a black silestone countertop instead of higher-priced granite or marble, and cheerful furniture. These yellow barstools, which cost $260 for a pair, have a durable plastic seat to handle spills and messes.
Clean-lined barstools provide casual seating for patrons while keeping with the juice bar's contemporary aesthetic. A geometric shelving unit brings the space to life with potted plants and bold bursts of red and yellow.
Create a centerpiece vignette for your island in your favorite style, whether it’s rustic, vintage or modern. Texas designer Janna Allbritton of Yellow Prairie Interior Design says if you’re going rustic, look in your garage with a fresh set of eyes for unexpected items to use on the island. An old picture frame or caddy, like on this island, could do the trick. Use one large piece to anchor the arrangement, then decorate around it, she says.
Two steps lead from a billiards room into a sleek, stylish modern kitchen. A pair of globe pendants with contemporary lines hangs above a marble island with waterfall sides. Bright yellow barstools add a playful splash of color to the space.
To open up this cramped kitchen and add more entertaining potential, the designer replaced one of the kitchen's boundary walls with a 9-foot island and barstool seating. Quartz countertops are a durable, practical choice. Dishwasher: Bosch; Countertops: Cambria Quartz
Feather-themed wallpaper and an antler-inspired mirror pack a lot of design punch in a small powder room. White walls throughout the eclectic, family-friendly house provide a clean backdrop for brightly colored accessories, like the sunshine yellow barstools in the open kitchen.
A long counter of drawers with no upper cabinets allows the owners of this transitional kitchen to prep and cook with a clear view into the living and dining area. Bright yellow barstools add a sunny touch to the gray color scheme. Design by Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd.