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Adjustable Height Bar Stools

Adjustable bar stools have seats that can be raised or lowered to fit at a counter, bar, or any height in between. The seat’s height range is usually from 24 inches to 30 inches.

Most adjustable bar stools have a hand lever under the seat which you lift to raise the seat to bar height, or press to lower to counter height. Learn more

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How to design with adjustable bar stools

Most of these stools feature contemporary design and straight lines, and look great in any modern kitchen. These stools are popular in chrome or black metal, with vinyl or leather seats. They’re also beautiful with fabric seats, especially in traditional kitchens.

Adjustable stools offer plenty of unique styles, with or without backs. Many have a 50’s retro style with funky colors like turquoise, red, white, and black.

If your kitchen has a 36 inch high island and a 42 inch high pub table, this stool will work double duty and fit both.

You might want to leave the island without stools, and then, when needed, you can move the stools over to the island from the pub table or vice versa.

Adjustable stools let you position your seat at the perfect height for your counter, bar, or odd table, like a drafting board, easel, or workbench. If you find that fixed-height stools always feel a little too high or a little too low, an adjustable height stool is the way to go.

Great stools for salons

Adjustable stools are great for cutting hair. You can swivel the seat, adjust the height, and there’s a footrest for your customers to relax their feet. Choose from a wide variety of styles that fit any color palette to take your salon from ordinary to chic and modern.

How adjustable height stools work

The mechanism that raises or lowers the seat is tucked inside the center post of the stool’s base. A cylinder of pressurized air or gas powers the adjustment mechanism.

Adjustable stools are also known as pneumatic stools, because the cylinder of pressurized air that adjusts the seat is called a “pneumatic cylinder”.

The base of this stool is usually a center post that descends to a round, flat plate on the floor, just like the stem of a wine glass. It’s rare to find an adjustable height stool with four legs at the corners.

The flat base of these won’t damage your floor. A rubber ring circles the base to keep the metal off the floor and protect against scratches and skids.

Questions? Let us know!

If you have questions about which stool is best for your space, feel free to send us a picture of your kitchen or bar. We’ll be glad to help you find the perfect stool for your room and your style.

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