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How To Choose Breakfast Bar Chairs For A Modern Kitchen

This month we are celebrating the breakfast bar stool, if you hadn't already guessed.

We also love a kitchen island and thought we'd give some pointers on how to choose the right stool from the many breakfast bar chairs available.

Take a few minutes to read some key tips and tricks to make sure you choose the right one.....

Choosing the right breakfast bar stool for your kitchen can be the difference between a good kitchen and a great kitchen. You have to ensure that the colour of your chosen bar stools matches those of your kitchen. And it’s also important that the design and colour doesn’t overpower the overall style of your cooking and eating area. Breakfast bar chairs can be the focal point of your kitchen, just make sure they don’t become the eye sore. Choosing breakfast bar chairs is as important as choosing a living room sofa; after all, many hours of each day are spent in the kitchen.

If you enjoy alternative quirky styles, then for your modern kitchen, we have the perfect bar stool for you. The Briggs Breakfast Bar Stool is ideal for those who enjoy the minimalist style (image below). Its simple style and clean white colour will work perfectly in a modern kitchen with natural simplistic design. Made from hardened steel with an oak seat finish, it represents real beauty.

 

Like a breakfast bar stool with a comfortable back rest? The District Eight Design Bar Stool with backrest looks and feels like a bar stool (image below). With an adjustable height it fits the purpose perfectly. Not only that, the District Eight breakfast bar stool is made from hand braised metal; offering the highest degree in joinery and craftsmanship. The metal material used, serves as the perfect juxtaposition within a modern kitchen. Its vintage design remains clean and professional; ensuring that it is able to sit picture-perfect within a modern kitchen. With sapele wood used for the seat top, this breakfast bar chair will match a wooden kitchen suite perfectly.

Want to make the ultimate statement piece with your breakfast bar chair? Do so with the Louis Hybrid Breakfast Bar Chair. This piece exemplifies true artistry (pictured below). Made from zinc plated steel and hand crafted teak, Out & Out Original provides the ultimate alternative bar stool. Its quirky design celebrates the raw beauty of the joinery industry and will serve as the true focal point of your kitchen.

With Out & Out Original you can discover the perfect breakfast bar stool for your modern kitchen. Whether you enjoy bar stools with backrests or simple stool designs; bright colours or understated, clean wood; we have original designs with real attitude.

 

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