9 Stylish Kitchen Bar Stools
It's not only the kitchen units, worktops and floor that create a beautiful kitchen, but also the finishes that you choose.
Taking your time to pick the perfect pendant lights, kitchen bar stools and other finishes will really give your kitchen some individuality and added style.
Before choosing your kitchen bar stool, make sure the height works for your kitchen as they do vary in height.
We have chosen our favourite kitchen bar stools to give you some inspiration for your new kitchen.
Weathered Oak Counter Stool: £195, Cox & Cox
These bar stools are such a popular choice due to the tactile oak seat giving them a timeless look.
They are a simple design of kitchen bar stool which won't dominate the kitchen.
As they don't have sides or a back, they would work well if you don't have quite as much space and can easily be popped under an overhang.
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Large Roger Bar Stool: £110, French Connection
This bar stool is a consistently popular choice given it's simple style, which has a wonderful artisan look.
You can buy a very similar bar stool in many retailers, however we think this one from French Connection is priced well at £110.
The seat is made from sustainable mango wood, where trees that would have otherwise have gone to waste have been used to make this chair.
The combination of the greyed wood and zinc covered metal frame is perfect.
Black Iron Counter Stool: £250, Cox & Cox
We love the simple look that these black iron kitchen bar stools have, perfect for a contemporary kitchen.
With these lovely sheepskin covers, they give a relaxed Scandi look which would look wonderful with a light painted kitchen.
Without the covers, they would look striking in a modern industrial style of kitchen.
25% Cox & Cox discount code: AGEN20
Soho Bar Stool: £120, Rockett St George
These kitchen bar stools are perfect if you are looking for a casual industrial style, with the perfect combination of natural wood and metal.
We love the back rest, which will be extra comfortable as well as looking so stylish and the light shisha wood is very understated in style, giving these bar stools a perfectly relaxed look.
This bar stool is also priced really well at £120, so it's a great addition without spending a fortune.
Narwana Bar Chair: £295, nkuku
These tan leather kitchen bar stools are so sophisticated and would add instant warmth to any kitchen.
The combination of the tan and iron give then a bold contemporary look, which we think would be fabulous with a dark green or blue kitchen.
Midas Gold Bar Stool: £175, Rockett St George
This gold bar stool is an iconic piece from Rocket St George, which we see so often in stylish homes on Instagram.
The handmade bar stool is simple in design, yet the fabulous gold allows it to stand out. We think this would look amazing in a dark painted blue, green or black kitchen and really channels a wonderful mid-century look.
Peony Buttoned Bar Stool In Charcoal Linen: £199, Cotswold Co
This is a classic kitchen bar stool which looks stylish, finished in the dark grey buttoned linen.
The cushioned back and seat make this stool a great option if you are planning to use these daily for dining at the island too.
They are so smart and would look perfect in both traditional or modern kitchens.
Malu Kubu Bar Chair: £172, La Redoute
For the ultimate current boho look, which will continue to be a huge trend in 2021, go for these rattan bar stools from La Redoute.
The combination of the rattan and metals works beautifully, with the woven seat softening the industrial look of the metal.
Syrus Set Of Two Grey & Brass Bar Stools: £129, made.com
These contemporary bar stools are priced so well at £129 for two.
We love the brass and grey combination, which is such a modern combination. They are also available in light grey with copper or teal with copper, so perfect for a modern mid century look.
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Published: June 8, 2021