Boraam Augusta 29-Inch Cappuccino Bar Stool
Last updated date: November 4, 2020
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In our analysis, the Boraam Boraam Augusta 29-Inch Cappuccino Bar Stool placed 8th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
With the Boraam Augusta Swivel Bar Stool, comfort, durability, and design go hand in hand. No matter how long your meal lasts, the stool's round swivel seat, footrest, and contoured back ensure you'll be eating in comfort. A 360-degree ball-bearing swivel plate promises durability. Thanks to the solid hardwood construction and stability stretchers on the stool's base (which also double as a footrest), you'll get long-lasting use out of this piece. Finally, faux leather upholstery covers fire-retardant high-density foam in the seat and the back. The bar stool's contemporary good looks are available in your choice of three different finish options, so it's sure to fit into any decorating scheme. It's also available in a counter height option. Perfect for your kitchen, home bar, or dining room.
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An Overview On Barstools
Before buying barstools, you’ll need to measure the bar or counter that is getting outfitted with new seating. Using a tape measure, determine the height from your floor up to the top of the bar or counter. Do this twice for accuracy.
Then, subtract 10 inches from that number and you’ll have the best barstool height for most people.
You should also read the product description to see what the barstool height range is. Some barstools are adjustable, and will have bars or handles that move the stools up or down.
To give guests enough room, there should be 28 inches between the centers of every barstool, and 14 inches between the last barstool’s center and the edge of the counter or bar.
When choosing barstools, think about the surface finishes in the kitchen, basement or other room where you plan to use the stools. The barstools should complement the flooring, counters and cabinets.
The Barstool Buying Guide
- Check to see how much weight the barstools can hold before buying, since you don’t want anyone to fall and get hurt if the stool breaks.
- Padded seating and backs can make the barstool more comfortable, so if the stools will be getting a lot of use, you may want these features. Keep in mind that these kinds of stools will take up more space visually.
- Barstools that swivel around 360 degrees are great, but if they have handles, those can knock into the countertop when the stool spins. This can damage the back of the stool or the counter.
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