We’ve found some majorly cool bar stools under $300 and had to share the wealth. Or, share the “budget” wealth in this case?
There’s a little something for every style but we’ve broken them into general group styles— glam, minimal, and natural. While we still haven’t decided on bar stools for our new kitchen design, we have a hunch one of these will be a winner.
First up: Glam. Cue the metallics, the velvets, and the retro vibes. We love the play on the shapes with the sleekness of the metals. I can see these in a swanky hotel bar with some fun wallpaper and a colorful cocktail…
Next: Minimal, modern, and monochromatic. These barstools are beautifully simple and would look amazing in an ultra-modern, minimalist kitchen, or among a mix of modern and mid-century pieces. They could also look great on a cute patio, tucked under an indoor/outdoor pass-through window with a ledge. Cool and classic.
Last but not least: Natural. The natural wood tones bring a little warmth to a space and can really make a statement. Note the wishbone bar stools, a counter height version of Sugar & Cloth’s new dining room chairs! From industrial modern to rattan, this group is very versatile in style.