Counter Height Bar Stool
Counter Height Bar Stool – Counter stools vary in height 23-27 inches. Determining the right height for your counter stools depends on two criteria: the disk height and size of the primary user. Usually a kitchen counter is 36 inches tall, but it is not uncommon to see some as low as 30 inches or as high as 41 inches. Ideally, give a counter stool 11-14 inches of space between the top of the counter and the top of the seat. This measure represents enough legroom and a comfortable position to eat at the counter. Subtract 10-13 inches from the desk height should provide appropriate height range for your counter stools.
If you know you will use bar stools and want to create counter height bar stool to match the stool, then go with a deep counter. Knowing who will be using your drive pallet usually help you determine how much clearance the pallet requirements during washing. If you have children who eat breakfast and most snacks at the counter, the longer counter stools help them reach the dishes better. If you have ex-linebacker friends hanging out in the kitchen every Sunday, gets shorter counter stools accommodate their legs better
The difference between a bar stool and counter height bar stool are inches: A bar stool is typically 29-33 inches tall, compared with a counter stool is 22 to 26 inches. If your kitchen counter measures 41 inches, you may prefer a bar stool over the counter stool. Often stores have the same design in different heights and have return policies that allow you to take the feces home to “test drive” them. The bottom line is to find a stool that is comfortable in your own kitchen.