There’s just something high end about a cantilevered base! This Four Seasons Barstool (manufactured by Knoll and available through Design Within Reach) was created in 1958 by Mies van der Rohe for the Four Seasons restaurant in New York:
For quick seating and brisk eating bar stools are the most comfortable seating arrangement in the kitchen. These high-rise individualistic stools not only give the dining area a cleaner appearance but they are also extremely versatile.
Move them to the living room for your guests when you have a small gathering place them on the back porch for any barbecue occasion or use them as a prop for the bags of groceries you just bought.
The next two kitchen examples from Drew and Vanessa and A Beautiful Mess show that bright yellow bar stools really make a big statement when incorporated in kitchens with black white and gray shades.
Another bar stool that instantly puts a smile on your face and rolls in the good times is the vivacious Bombo. Designed by in 1997 this luxurious swivel bar stool showcases sleek Italian design coupled with chic refinement.
If you want a special bar stool for your kitchen try to research the best available options. This is a good example of a creative bar stool from Phase the Life After Corkage Barstool that you can see below. Made from recycled corks the bar stool offers an alternative to bar stool design.