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Bench Bar Stools Have a Stand at the Kitchen

It can be difficult to locate ways to cosy up a kitchen. Kitchens are filled with utilitarian pieces of equipment that don’t necessarily warm up the space. Paint color and accessories get things going in the right direction, but have you considered the impact that a bar stool can make? See how an alternative bar stool design may add warmth and whimsy to everybody’s favorite room in the home.

Tracery Interiors

Adding seat bar stools for this elegant kitchen immediately makes the space feel more relaxed. If you are worried about the durability of white upholstery, use an easily washed material such as vinyl to help your benches stand the test of time.

Winder Gibson Architects

Even sleek, contemporary penthouses are interested in being comfortable. The bench added to the end of the center island makes the kitchen feel more approachable and will have guests vying for a place close to the chef.

Tenney Construction

Including a seat to this already inviting kitchen generates more seating and brings yet another fantastic colour into the new color palette.

JM Lifestyles

Flanking this center island dining table with two seat bar stools doubles the seating capacity and brings relaxation through the lush upholstery.

Incorporating an unexpected part from the kitchen, like this classic chair, immediately makes the space feel more approachable and can demonstrate another facet of your personality.


Developing a seat out of two older barstools is a DIY job that will enable a more little body to determine what’s occurring during dinner preparation. Including a pillow could be a excellent way to inject some routine to the space and make the seat more comfortable.

Beckwith Interiors

These stunning slipcovered bar stools make for a cozy sofa and are a cinch to clean.

If you are not prepared to add a seat bar stool to your center island, then look at including a window seat at the kitchen to add comfortable chairs, pattern and personality.

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