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Whether you’re looking for bar stools with backs to turn a kitchen bar into an-all night hang spot, or backless wooden bar stools to provide your kids with a convenient place to perch for breakfast, bar stools are among the easiest ways to up the function of a kitchen. With vintage and new options to choose from, there’s virtually no limit to the styles you can procure, either. Today, designers and homeowners have access to everything from contemporary upholstered bar stools with wood or chrome legs to vintage lucite bar stools designed by high-end makers like Charles Hollis Jones and Mid-Century Modern rattan bar stools made by covetable designers like Arthur Umanoff. With all the options available, it’s possible to customize virtually any kitchen to your tastes.

If you’re looking for bar stools with backs, consider upholstered bucket seat designs that can be procured in Mid-Century or contemporary styles. It’s common to find Mid-Century styles upholstered in vibrant velvet or bold-colored leather, while contemporary styles are more likely to be outfitted in neutral-colored cotton or twill. Those hunting for bar stools with backs may also want to consider French country or French bistro bar stools. French country styles often showcase a look similar to a Louis XVI chair. Like their chair counterparts, these bar stools feature exposed wood frames, upholstered backs and seats, and can be procured with oval or square backs. For those who prefer to forgo fabric, French bistro designs may be more their speed. French bistro bar stools typically feature a cross-hatch texture that is achieved by woven rattan, wicker, or a lightweight, outdoor-friendly resin cording.

Backless bar stool enthusiasts will find just as many styles available to them, ranging from industrial wood and iron models to cantilever acrylic designs topped with faux Mongolian sheepskin seats. Those looking for a swivel bar stool will likely find that backless models are more likely to possess this feature. They’re also more likely to be adjustable. Adjustable models have the ability to be lowered and raised between bar stool and counter height, making them ideal for those who move often and need a stool that can accommodate both counter-height and bar-height counters.