We know barstools | Free Shipping
We’re located in beautiful Celebration, Florida.
We have been in business since 1999! We started with our showroom and expanded to our online store in 2009.
Shipping times vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Custom orders usually take longer than in-stock items because they are made to order by selecting metal finishes and fabric colors.
There are no shipping costs for any of our products in the Continental US. There is also free shipping to Canada if you’re purchasing any items from our manufacturer, Trica. However, if you’re in Alaska or Hawaii, we will have to charge for shipping.
We typically use UPS, Roadrunner Transportation, and FedEx.
When we send you an email with a tracking number, usually it takes a few days up to a week to receive them.
If you’re ordering from Canada, please call us at 610-737-5693 or email us to place your order. Additional shipping fees may apply.
For any Callee furniture, yes, we can ship to Alaska or Hawaii, however additional shipping fees may be applied. Please first, let us know your shipping address so we can let you know if there will be any additional fees.
For our other manufacturers, we recommend you have the furniture shipped to a location in the United States and have a freight carrier forward it to you. With this route, you won’t be charged shipping to deliver it to a location in the US, but you will have to pay to get it forwarded to you in Alaska or Hawaii.
Absolutely! Deborah has been a designer for over 20 years and would be glad to help you. She has all of our fabrics and metal finishes at the office, so she would be glad to sit down with you and help you find the right combination for your stools.
You’re welcome to email her or call her directly at 610-737-5693.
Yes, we do! Please see our outdoor bar stools category.
Yes, but we only have a few that go up to this height:
Unfortunately, we do not carry any 36″ outdoor stools.
For this commonly asked question, the answer requires a few measurements.
If you decide you want a stool with arms:
A stool with no arms, however; gives the illusion of more space and less clutter. You will be able to fit more stools with no arms around the counter than stools with arms.
Even though they have low backs, they will still give ample back support and they will not hit the counter when you push them under.
It’s recommended to please measure your counter and double check the measurements listed on these product pages.
This option is in regards to our brand, Trica:
A memory or a return swivel simply returns to the center position after someone gets up from the seat.
A 360-degree swivel stool remains in the position you leave it when you get up from the stool. We recommend a 360-degree swivel stool because the stool won’t be pushing against you like on a memory-swivel. A memory swivel will want to return to the center even while you’re on it.
Yes, many of our brands carry 34-inch stools. With the best quality in comfort, these brands are the most popular steel stools.
Yes, currently Holland Bar Stool makes 36-inch high bar stools. This is the ideal height for a 48 to 50-inch high counter.
Yes! Our manufacturers accept C.O.M. (customers own material), except for Amisco.
However, not all of them accept leather, as the process of upholstery leather can be difficult. The following manufacturers accept leather upholstery: Callee, Fairfield Chair, Trica and Wesley Allen (bonded leather). Please note: extra fees may apply.
Yes, most of our manufacturers allow you to purchase extra yards of fabric or vinyl. Below, is a list of the brands that you can purchase fabric or vinyl from.
Would you like fabric from a brand not listed here? Just ask us!
If you’re getting something like this (see below) on your stool, then you may have attached the swivel plate incorrectly.
When you’re attaching the swivel plate, make sure the part that says “TOP-FRONT” is facing the front of the stool like so:
That way, your stool will be aligned correctly, and you won’t feel like you’re going to fall forward, but you’ll be sitting back a bit.
Here’s a video showing how:
When stools are new, the swivel mechanism is always going to be a little tight. They will definitely loosen up over time.