Wrought iron bar stools offer superior stability, durability, and class to almost every decorating style. Wrought iron bar stool designs range from traditional, to modern, to vintage, to country western. You can find the right look for any room. Additionally, they are a great choice for both indoor and outdoor use. Indoors, wrought iron always offers a stylish edge to any room. And outdoors, because they are heavier than other yard furniture, wrought iron bar stools have a stability edge in gusty weather. And what’s really great for furniture re-arranging happiness is that wrought iron bar stools can migrate back and forth looking just as much at home on your deck as in your rec-room lounge. However, if you plan on moving your indoor bar stools outside to use as patio furniture, consider swapping leather or fabric cushions with cushions covered with all weather fabric. And if you plan to leave your wrought iron bar stools outside for any length of time make sure they are weather coated at least once a year and for extra protection seal them with car wax twice a year.
No matter where you plan to place your wrought iron bar stool, before purchasing make sure to follow these simple guidelines to make sure that you purchase the right size of stools and the right number of stools. First measure the height of your table or counter. If it is between thirty- five and thirty-seven inches (the average counter top height) then purchase a wrought iron bar stool between twenty-three and twenty-eight inches high. Find this measurement by measuring from the floor to the top of the seat cushion. If your counter or table is between forty-one and forty-three inches high (this is the typical height of a bar) then plan on buying a bar stool between twenty-nine and thirty-two inches high. If your counter or table is between forty-four and forty-seven inches high then you will need an extra-tall seat. So check out wrought iron bar stools that range from thirty-three to thirty-six inches tall. After determining the height of your bar stools you also need to decide how many to purchase for your seating space. By allowing twenty-six to thirty inches between the centers of each of your bar stools you will ensure that your guests have a comfortable amount of breathing room to socialize with one another.