Padded saddle bar stools – A bar stool is a type of stool specifically designed for seating use in bars, pubs and kitchens with counters. While bar stools were traditionally chosen for its compact size and functional use. The contemporary style of the bar stool regards an aesthetically pleasing feature in both interior and exterior furnishings. History and purpose padded saddle bar stools are as old as commercial bars themselves. Their primary purpose was to seat more people in often densely packed bars without having to invest in larger premises.
Dimensions and general characteristics. Bar stools are narrower and higher than typical chairs, with additional rings or footrests. The average bar stool range between 30 and 32 inches high to suitably complement the average 42-inch long bar table. Then material padded saddle bar stools are made of metal, wood or plastic, while their backs and seats covered with plastic, leather. Footrests are typically available in various surface treatments, such as chrome and brass. Bar stools are used for design, luxury and functional purposes. Decorators choose between their different colors and styles to create or accentuate a certain look. Bar stools make an important part of the modern home and work well with modern living spaces and kitchens. They are also used in gardens to complement outdoor bar furniture.
If you are thinking of an old west theme in your living room. And transform some bar stools so that the sports horse seats can be the crown of the work. While horse saddles are not the most comfortable place to sit and drink for hours as a decorative touch they will keep alive in the conversation at the next party.
Set metal padded saddle bar stools base on the floor. Set the saddle to the base and see if the screw holes on the plate will fit into the wood base on the underside of the saddle. If they come. If not, cut a piece of wood from a solid wood that is the same size as the plate on top of the base. Use a wooden screw to connect the wood cutter as you only cut to the wood base of your saddle. Use a screwdriver to place the screws in the four corners of the plate. And into the forest at the bottom of the saddle or the part you cut and put on depending on the saddle. Tighten all four and then drill one in, skip wooden pieces to drill the other in to balance. Make sure all four screws are tightened.