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Bar Stools, Product Reviews
Top 5 Bar Stools under £100 for the Modern Home
September 7, 2018 at 9:24 am 0
Are you looking for a modern Bar Stool that has great value for money but also a fantastic style? This stylish selection of Bar Stools are all priced under £100.  

Oak Bar Stools

    The Oak Bar Stool is a contemporary and modern addition to your kitchen. The chunky Oak legs are shapely and curved creating extra interest to the simple Oak Bar Stool. The footrest is 200 mm from the ground, allowing your feet to rest comfortably, and meaning your stool fits perfectly under a kitchen island or breakfast bar.    

Elise Bar Stool

    The Elise Barstool is beautifully upholstered in luxurious but durable faux leather in either classic black or modern white.  The padded seat and backrest add extra comfort and practicality. The sleek frame is finished in shiny chrome at a fixed height of 670 mm. The polished chrome legs are tapered to add extra interest which creates a very elegant Bar Stool.    

Anzio Modern Bar Stool

    The funky Anzio Barstool stands out from the crowd. The stylish, comfortable padded seat is perfectly upholstered in highly durable, soft White Faux Leather. The sleek chrome legs are slim and slender creating an elegant look. The shiny chrome rear legs wrap around creating a funky, eye-catching footrest.  

The Anzio also comes in a trendy Gas Lift Barstool Option

 

Finn Bar Stool

    New to the family is the Finn Barstools. Made from moulded polypropylene and a beech wood leg, this modern barstool is perfect for daily family life. The circular footrest offers contrast to the angular legs. The plastic seat also means cleaning these barstools couldn't be easier!  Simply wipe with a damp, soapy cloth and dry with a clean microfibre.  

Teora Bar Stool

    The Teora Barstool is a modern addition to your kitchen. The comfortable seat is a well-proportioned wider seat and beautifully upholstered in hardwearing faux leather. This stylish Bar Stool is available in two high fashion colours: Putty Grey and Ruby Red.
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Bar Stools, Buying Guides, Dining
How to Choose the Right Bar Stool for Your Home
August 4, 2017 at 11:22 am 0
 

Danetti Bar Stools

A staple seating choice in many kitchens and dining room interiors, a bar stool is no longer just a seat you'll find tucked around the bar at your local pub!

  Taller than your average chair, bar stools often have adjustable heights and a footrest to support your feet when seated. The height and narrow shape of bar stool seating have made them ideal for use at bars and at high tables in pubs, but in recent years bar stools have increasingly found a place in the home, generally around a kitchen island, counter or a home bar. Wooden and metal bar stools, stainless steel and chrome styles, and adjustable height features are all very popular, so there are plenty of shapes and designs of bar stools to choose from. So whether you’re wondering how to style a bar stool in your home, what bar stool height is right for your counter or whether to have a fixed height or gas lift seat, you’ve come to the right place! This blog post, along with our handy Bar Stool Pocket Guide, is packed full of bar stool sizing and styling tips. So sit back and relax as we guide you on how to find the perfect bar stool for your home.

What's the Right Size Bar Stool for My Kitchen?

First things first; measurements. You could find the comfiest bar stool but if it doesn’t fit, then it’s not going to be right for your home. So when it comes to bar stool sizing, there are a couple of key measurements to consider:
  • 1) Height (we’ll talk about fixed and gas lift later)
  • 2) Seat width (from side to side)
  • 3) Seat height (this is from the floor to the top of the seat)
  • 4) Seat depth (the back to the front)
  • 5) Back height (so the height of the backrest)
  • 6) Footprint (how much room the base of the stool occupies)
 

Curva Bar Stool, £149

  If you’re buying a bar stool online, most websites will list all of these vital measurements. However, if there are any missing there’s no harm in ringing up and finding out. It’s best to know your sizing before hand than ordering a bar stool that doesn’t fit! Top Tip: As a general rule, it’s best to allow about 15 cm between bar stools for a comfortable seating arrangement. If the stools swivel, you’ll need a little more space for the seat to rotate. It’s also a good idea to consider how often you’ll be using the stools. Will it be for everyday dining or special occasions and drinks with friends? This will help you decide what type of bar stool you need.  

What’s the Difference Between Counter Height and Bar Height Bar Stools?

There are two main bar stool heights: counter height and bar height. Do check these measurements because they are different. A counter height stool is more suited to a kitchen worktop counter and is generally 58cm - 71cm from the floor to the seat. This sizing means it should be used with a surface that is between 88cm - 93cm high. On the other hand, bar height refers to higher bar areas. A stool of this size is generally 73cm - 81cm from the floor to the seat. This should be used with a surface that is between 104cm -109cm high.  

Fixed Height, Gas Lift or Cantilever?

 

Fixed Height Elise Barstool, Fondi Gaslift Barstool, Black Chrome Form Cantilever Bar Stool

  There’s really no right or wrong choice when it comes to choosing a fixed height, gas lift or cantilever bar stool, it’s more about what works best for you and your setting. A gas lift offers a bit more flexibility while a fixed height stool will help keep your space looking uniform. A cantilever stool is something a little bit different and will instantly add a contemporary vibe to your room. Here’s a quick run down of the features and benefits of each.

Gas Lift Bar Stool

The main benefit of a gas lift bar stool is its adjustability. You’re not set at one height so you have a bit more flexibility when it comes to matching up with counter heights. A gas lift mechanism also means that the individual sat on the stool can adjust the seat to suit them.  

Serroni Trendy Gas Lift Barstool, £139

  Top Tip: Gas lift bar stools are usually on a pedestal base. Remember to account for the stools footprint when you are planning out your space, as some have a wider bottom half.  

Fixed Height Bar Stool

A fixed height stool does what it says on the tin: it’ll always be at a fixed position. This can be really beneficial if you can find a stool that matches your counter height, as you’ll have a seat that’s always at the optimum height and a comfortable position. Generally more lightweight than gas lift bar stools, a fixed height stool is also much easier to move and reposition around your breakfast bar or in your dining area.

Teora Bar Stool, £99

  Top Tip: If you're sure you don't need the function and you are conscious of a budget, save yourself a few pounds and stick to a fixed height rather than gas lift stool.  

Cantilever Bar Stool

Okay so cantilever bar stools technically come under fixed height stools, but we thought this seat deserved a special mention. Unlike a fixed height bar stool, a cantilever base will provide a gentle bounce when seated. It’s not as much movement as a gas lift, but it’s enough to add an extra bit of comfort. A cantilever stool is great for opening up the area around your breakfast bar, so consider this if you’d like to create a really clean and spacious look. This is because cantilever stools have less of a visual impact so free up lots more space.  

Form Chrome Barstool, £89

  Top Tip: A stool with a flat front, such as our Form Chrome Bar Stool, can sit close to the panel of a breakfast bar when not in use, keeping the area looking effortlessly sleek and neat.

What Style of Bar Stool Should I Choose?

With so many different shapes and styles of bar stool available, you really will be spoilt for choice! To make your selection a bit easier, we’ve done the edit on a variety of bar stool styles:

Armrests

A bar stool with armrests will offer that extra bit of support when seated. It also offers a more encompassing seat sit that is super supportive. Often bar stools with armrests have a deep seat which creates such a generous and luxurious feel. This will allow friends and family to sit comfortably on your bar stools for even longer.  

Savina Chrome Gas Lift Barstool, £179

Back and Backless

A backless bar stool can neatly be tucked under your counter or breakfast bar making it a great space saver. A backless seat will also have less of a visual impact in your room. If you’re after more support, a bar stool with a backrest of 30cm or more is ideal for lumbar support and added comfort.  

Form Black Chrome Barstool with Back Rest, £169

Anzio Gas Lift Blackless Barstool, £139 

Footrest

A bar stool with a footrest will offer that extra bit of help getting onto the stool and will also provide a place to comfortably rest your feet when seated. There are loads of different styles available so it’s best to think about what will work within your interior.  

What Material Bar Stool Should I Choose?

Faux leather Bar Stool

Easy to clean and maintain, faux leather bar stools are usually available in a whole variety of colours. Faux leather is a little lighter on the purse than real leather so this might be a better option if you’re updating your home on a budget.  

Neat Stitch Detail on the Form Chrome Barstool, £89

  GREAT FOR - easy cleaning and everyday use. Faux leather is a really popular material choice as it’s ideal for seating that’s used every day. HOW TO CLEAN - Use a damp microfibre cloth and a mild detergent such as washing up liquid. Regular cleaning will help to prevent a buildup of surface marks.  

A Real Leather Bar Stool   

You’ll really feel the difference when you’re sat in a real leather bar stool, and it’s strength and durability means that it has great longevity. What’s more, this stunning material actually gets better with age.  

Monti Real Leather Barstool, £169  

  GREAT FOR - style and longevity. At a slightly higher price point, a real leather bar stool is an investment piece. If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen and want to create a “heart of the home” kind of feel, it’s definitely worth buying the best you can afford. HOW TO CLEAN - Use an absorbent cloth or sponge to wipe the affected areas. If you really want to give your leather some TLC, it’s worth investing in a leather maintenance kit which will look after the leather before, during and after cleaning.

A Plastic Bar Stool

Perfect for families, a plastic bar stool is so easy to wipe clean. Plastic bar stools are usually available in a range of colours so are a great opportunity to inject some colour into your space.  

Finn Bar Stool 

  GREAT FOR - Hygiene for families. Most plastic bar stools can withstand the use of harsher chemical based cleaners such as bleach, making plastic stools perfect for quick and easy clean ups after busy family mealtimes. HOW TO CLEAN - Mild household cleaning sprays, furniture wipes, or even baby wipes are fine to use on plastic bar stools. After cleaning, dry your plastic chairs thoroughly to avoid having to deal with stubborn water marks  

Oak Bar Stool

An oak bar stool has such a wonderfully warm and tactile quality and is ideal for adding a really welcoming and homely feel around your breakfast bar.   "<yoastmark

Oak Barstool, £79

  GREAT FOR - Adding an element of texture to a modern kitchen or coordinating with a slightly more traditional or Scandi inspired design. HOW TO CLEAN -  A regular light dusting with a soft cloth will remove any dust or bits caused by everyday use. When it comes to cleaning,  wipe up any marks immediately with a soft slightly dampened cloth. We advise that you don’t use household cleaning products unless they are specifically designed for use on real oak furniture, as they can potentially damage the wonderfully smooth surface of the oak.

What Material Base Should I Choose?

Chrome Bar Stool

A chrome bar stool will add a really modern and contemporary feel to your space, due to its bright and reflective quality.  

Form Chrome Barstool, £89

 

GREAT FOR - creating a really modern and bright look. If you have chrome finishes in your kitchen or dining chairs, it’s great to tie all the elements together for clean and coordinated look.

HOW TO CLEAN - Use soap and water on a soft cloth. You can always add a splash of vinegar to give your cleaning an extra boost. Don't use abrasive cleaners on your chrome bar stools as any scratches caused can potentially expose the material to the air and cause rusting.

 

Brushed Metal Bar Stool

Slightly more subtle than chrome, a brushed metal stool will provide a great coordinating feature, helping to create a seamless and contemporary vibe throughout your kitchen or dining area.    

Fondi Brushed Steel Barstool, £139

    GREAT FOR - Coordinating with brushed elements in your kitchen. The matt surface of brushed metal is a little easier to maintain than chrome as it won’t show up fingerprints as easily. HOW TO CLEAN - For every day cleaning and non-stubborn marks, you can simply use some hot (not boiling) water and a cloth or sponge to wipe over your stainless steel furniture. You can always add a little bit of washing up liquid if you cleaning needs and extra boost. Stay away from oven cleaners or products that contain chloride as this will damage the surface.  

Black Chrome Bar Stool

A dark luxe take on a regular chrome finish, black chrome has such a luxurious and almost mysterious quality about it. Opt for black chrome if you’re after a more subtle alternative to silver chrome or if you want to create a really on trend look.   

Elise Black Chrome Barstool, £129

  GREAT FOR - creating something a little bit different. Black chrome is a great choice if you don’t want a completely matched up look, or you if you already have too many other finishes to try and coordinate with. HOW TO CLEAN - Use soap and water on a soft cloth and if the mark still doesn’t go away, we suggest using a splash of vinegar to give your cleaning that extra boost. Waxing chrome after a good clean is also very useful if you want to keep its high shine for even longer.  

So there you have it, a complete guide on how to choose the right bar stool for you home.

  Not all bar stool’ed out just yet? Great! Now you know all the insider info on how to choose the perfect seat, why not head over to our website and see what great bar stool varieties we have to offer. If you’d like to print our bar stool sizing tips, you can also view our Bar Stool Pocket Guide. Want to read more Danetti Guides? we also have a handy How To Guide on Choosing Your Perfect Dining Bench.

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Ideas and Inspiration, Interviews
Q&A with Interior Designer and Presenter Julia Kendell
November 27, 2015 at 2:31 pm 0
Following the recent launch of our new  ‘Exclusively Danetti with Julia Kendell’ range, we managed to catch up with Julia during the recent shoot for the launch of our collection. We had a chat with her to find out what she thought about the collaboration and the individual products.

Why did you choose to work with Danetti?

When I am designing an interior for a client I will only specify furniture from a supplier I can trust and who I know will be reliable. The furniture also has to be aesthetically beautiful, fit the brief and it’s also got to be good value. I have to be absolutely sure that it's going to arrive on time, in good order and should anything go wrong, I have to know that the company will be on it straight away. Danetti satisfies all those criteria so I was absolutely thrilled to be asked to collaborate on a furniture collection with them.

What elements of your personal design ethos have you incorporated into this range?

My personal ethos is all about creating an emotional connection both between the interior and the inhabitants who will be using that space. The reason that’s important is because in this day and age we're all so busy and we need a home that we can retreat to at the end of the day. Somewhere you feel safe, that's also energising. So for me creating this range of furniture, creates a perfect backdrop for home life that has a sense of energy about it. And that has been really important.

How would you sum up the range?

I’d sum up the range as being a fresh and robust collection combining organic materials and glossy surfaces. I've created something that’s really energising and is just a really fabulous collection for contemporary family living.

The Peacock blue is a beautiful accent - is it a bit of a signature colour of yours?

I really enjoy designing with blue. It’s a very calming colour and because of this and because it’s very easy on the eye. It means you can use quite punchy shades to create impact and depth in a scheme without it unbalancing the whole look of the scheme and without it drawing too much attention. So yes, it's just a fabulous colour. I love it!

What elements of the process of design do you enjoy the most?

I love the entire experience of designing and putting this collection together. It has been hugely exciting for me. Of course I suppose nothing beats the moment when you’ve done all the concept drawings, you’ve had all the meetings and then suddenly the pieces arrive and you can unwrap them and see them in the flesh. It's just so exciting.

How important was it to you that these products were affordable?

Affordable design has always been at the heart of my work. When I first started out in the industry a very long time ago it was very much an elitist sport. Only the very wealthy could afford to have really beautifully designed pieces of furniture and interiors and of course there's no reason why everybody shouldn’t have a beautiful home. So throughout my career, I’ve always championed really good quality design at good value.

What does good design mean to you?

Good design to me is creating a balance between something being aesthetically very pleasing (so it's satisfying all the senses I suppose, something that feels good, that’s tactile, that looks great, sometimes that smells great too) and also being functional and practical. You want something that makes you feel a whole emotional connection. 

How do you see these products integrating with the modern family?

I think that the dining table and the space around it is really underestimated. In this day and age when families are so busy and when the illuminated screen is such a draw - we need to be able to have family time around the dining table. It’s one of those moments when we can really connect as a family. It’s the place where you have Xmas lunches and birthday dinners. You can sort out problems and share experiences. Frankly, it is where memories are made, family memories and that is so, so important.

What do you think of the bar stools?

I am particularly thrilled with the bar stools. It’s really difficult actually to find the perfect bar stool. One that you can move easily, is comfortable, looks great, but these bar stools I think are spot on. They’re very easy to move around. Plus, they’re light as anything but they are very robust and you know they are going to last and they look fantastic. Even just the tiniest detail like the beautiful stitching around the seat. They’re absolutely stunning -I'm so so pleased with them!

How about the sideboards:

The sideboards have been designed with detail in mind and they will satisfy even the most discerning client. The chamfered detail throughout the whole piece is just beautiful. Whats more the 'soft close' mechanism and the super smooth sliding door are great too. It’s just so lovely to use. I love the combination of the materials as well. The gloss, and the matt and the timber I think just works so beautifully together. And of course there are a lot of surprising little details as well like the mirrored backs on some of the pieces - just beautiful…

What do you like best about the table selection? 

For the cost of the Arc round table, the price I think is quite amazing. I haven’t seen such beautiful veneer detailing on a table at that price - ever! So just how lovely to be able to have such a stunning piece in your kitchen or dining room. The Zen table is a contemporary spin on the classic trestle table it is the perfect size for a family or a group of friends. I wanted to keep the lines nice and simple and straightforward - it’s just perfect.

The chairs are so elegant, how do you feel about the results?

Comfort is so important when it comes to sitting at a dining table. The design of the Form Dining chair really focus's on this. It's available with and without arms and the detailing again is really really superior. Particularly the way the frame follows the curvature around the back, it’s just the most beautiful chair. Definitely designed with comfort very much in mind. We all like to spend time at the dinner table, nobody wants their friends or family to feel uncomfortable. Therefore the design makes you feel like you want to spend hours at the dining table. So there you have it! Our Exclusively Danetti range with TV Interior Designer and Presenter Julia Kendell in all it's glory. If you want to see more, head over to Danetti.com for more.
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Sale
Hurrah! Pay Day at Last! 10% off all furniture
September 27, 2013 at 9:15 am 0
Angola White Gloss and Argenta Dining Set £509.00

Angola White Gloss and Argenta Dining Set £509.00

And to celebrate we have some bargains up for grabs!  From Bar Stools to Coffee Tables, Dining Tables, Chairs and Sofas, we are offering 10% off everything for 3 days only. 

Grab yourself a stylish TV unit, a contemporary dining set or a pair of modern bar stools - we have 10% off everything* this weekend only! Use the code FlashSale at check out on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September 2013 only to receive 10% off your order* - there’s no time to lose... *10% off does not apply to delivery charge.
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Dining Seating, Ideas and Inspiration
Fashionable, Colourful Seating – Inspiration from Royal Ascot
June 24, 2013 at 9:33 am 0

So Royal Ascot is over for another year and what a great week it was!  We backed a few winners and a few losers too, but most of all we enjoyed seeing all the fabulous hats and ladies’ fashion.  Here are a few of our favourites from Royal Ascot week and we are so pleased to see that some ladies have taken inspiration from our furniture!

The Anzio Bar Stool

Victoria Pendleton

Victoria Pendleton in Purple

Anzio Gas Lift Bar Stool

Anzio Gas Lift Bar Stool £139.00

The Anzio has clean lines which makes it very eye catching and modern. The stylish round seat is upholstered in high quality faux leather in a gorgeous rich Mulberry Purple colour. The pedestal is finished in shiny chrome with a heavy round flat base to provide stability. The height is adjustable via the gas lift system.
The Gabello Bar Stool
The Gabello Bar Stool

The Gabello Bar Stool £549.00

The Gabello Bar stool is a fantastic piece of furniture. The unique seat and contrasting back makes the stool very eye catching. The round, weighted base and sleek frame is chrome plated steel.  The gas lift mechanism ensures the stool is adjustable. The seat and back are available in a choice of soft leathers.

The Day Dream Chair 

Day Dream Chair

Day Dream Chair £129.00

The Day Dream Chair oozes simplicity and elegance. It features an ergonomically moulded shell in a choice of either transparent polycarbonate or glossy nylon in a wide range of attractive colours, mounted on a chromed steel frame. It has a relaxed and informal design and eye-catching range of glossy sheens. The Tod Dining Chair
The Tod Dining Chair

The Tod Dining Chair £129.00

The Tod designer dining chairs are upholstered in comfortable, dense foam and covered in soft yet durable genuine leather. The backrest has a modern roll back which is stylish and eye-catching. The stylish brushed metal legs are rounded, slim and tapered to make the Tod Real Leather Dining Chair extremely elegant and sophisticated.   The Teora Bar Stool
The Teora Bar Stool

The Teora Bar Stool £89.00

The modern Teora offers excellent comfort, style as well as great value for money. The comfy Teora has a well-proportioned wider seat, upholstered in hard-wearing yet luxurious faux leather. The stylish legs are finished in trendy chrome making the Teora perfect for modern kitchens everywhere. The Emo Chair
The Emo Chair

The Emo Chair £49.00

The brightly coloured polypropylene dining chairs are guaranteed to brighten up your room. The simple but modern design enables the chairs to be stacked up to ten chairs high. The Emo chair has been ergonomically designed to create comfort. The contemporary chairs are made from molded polymer which means there are no screws or joints.  The Curva Dining Chair
The Curva Dining Chair

The Curva Dining Chair £99.00

The Curva Dining chair has elegance and comfort. The back has a stylish curved design that looks stunning with most dining tables. The legs are finished in sleek chrome and have a beautiful modern tapered design. The well-padded seat is covered in soft faux leather. The Curva chair is extremely comfortable and an exclusive item to Danetti. The Fern Dining Chair
The Fern Dining Chair

The Fern Dining Chair £38.00

The Fern  dining chair comes in six great colours: classic black, white, red, yellow, purple and green. The seat is made from laminated plywood and the seat and back are all one piece, which makes the chair look sleek and seamless.
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Bar Stools, Colour
Six of the Best Grey Bar Stools
June 17, 2013 at 2:11 pm 0
Is 'Grey' the new 'Black'?  We think so!  Grey is quickly becoming one of the most popular colours in furniture and we find grey pieces are always requested by our customers!  Here's a guide to our favourite grey bar stools in our range.

Larino Bar Stool

Larino Bar Stool

Larino Bar Stool £79.99

The stylish Larino Bar stool has a unique Z shaped sleek chrome frame and a comfortable chrome finished footrest, perfect for perching on. The padded seat adds extra comfort and is beautifully upholstered in high quality soft faux leather in Putty Grey or alternatively Classic White or Black.

Teora Bar Stool

Teora Bar Stool

Teora Bar Stool £89.00 each

The modern Teora Bar stool offers excellent comfort, style and great value for money! The contemporary bar stool has well proportioned wider seat to add extra comfort. The padded seat is upholstered in luxurious but durable faux leather in Putty Grey or Bright Ruby Red. The sleek legs and footrest are finished in stylish chrome to create a sophisticated look.
Elise Chrome Gas Lift Bar Stool
Elise Chrome Gas Lift Bar Stool

Elise Chrome Gas Lift Bar Stool £119.00

The shapely Elise Chrome Gas Lift bar stool represents comfort and value for money. The stylish bar stool is upholstered in durable but soft faux leather in Putty Grey, Classic Black, Cool White and Trendy Cream. The chrome pedestal has a flat round base, measured at 420mm and a gas lift mechanism to ensure it is suitable for all! The Elise Bar Stool is also available in a Stainless Steel pedestal version.

Nicci Gas Lift Bar Stool

Nicci Gas Lift Bar Stool

Nicci Gas Lift Bar Stool £129.00

The Nicci Gas Lift Bar Stool has a classic chrome pedestal and the gas lift mechanism, which ensures that the bar stool is suitable for all. The Nicci Bar stool is unique with it's hanging footrest but the square flat base ensures stability and durability. The padded seat creates comfort and it is beautifully upholstered in soft faux leather in either Putty Grey or Bright White.

Yeppon Modern Leather Bar Stool

Yeppon Modern Leather Bar Stool

Yeppon Modern Leather Bar Stool £209.00

The Yeppon Modern Leather Bar Stool has a soft real leather upholstered padded seat and backrest which makes this stool very comfortable. The stylish bar stool is available in a wide range of fashionable colours, the most popular colour being Dark Grey Leather. The trendy bar stool is supported by sleek chrome legs which are curved to give extra interest and the frame height is 650mm.

 

Candess Bar Stool

Candess Bar Stool

Candess Bar Stool £269.00

The stylish and modern Italian, Candess Bar Stool is upholstered in your choice of either luxurious faux leather or soft and tactile split leather in a range of classic colours: Charcoal Grey, Black, Dark Brown, Beige, Orange, Ochre Yellow or Ivory. The sleek frame is either finished in polished chrome or matt aluminium lacquered metal. You can also choose from two fixed heights: 650mm or the higher 750mm.

 
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Bar Stools, Colour
Red Bar Stools Give Your Kitchen a Welcome Dash of Colour
October 18, 2011 at 9:59 am 0
Red bar stools are very popular amongst people with high gloss white kitchens, trendy black kitchens and contemporary grey kitchens.  Red bar stools also make fabulous accent pieces in kitchens with light wood or cream cabinets.  Red is a very vibrant and strong colour which makes it the perfect accent colour to warm up a cool kitchen, without being too over-powering.  Adding small touches of red in the form of bar stools, kitchen chairs, crockery or saucepans can give your kitchen a welcome dash of colour and added zing.  There are many different shades of red; from cooler blue-ish reds, to bright pillar box red, to bright eye-popping orangey- red.   At Danetti we have a wide spectrum of red bar stools to choose from to suit your colour scheme and budget. Elegance Red Leather Bar Stool
Elegance Red Leather Bar Stool

Elegance Red Leather Bar Stool £99.00

The Elegance Red Leather Bar Stool is upholstered completely in leather including the legs, and exudes effortless style, without breaking the bank.  The red leather on the seat is upholstered to a strong, durable beech and birch plywood seat which is supported by a chromed steel frame. Ignis Red Leather Bar Stool
Ignis Red Leather Bar Stool

Ignis Red Leather Bar Stool £129.00

The Ignis Red Leather Bar Stool brings you contemporary style and design at a great price. With its sleek, minimalist curves, the Ignis would make a bright addition to your kitchen. The curvy seat and backrest are upholstered in bright red leather and sit atop a modern chrome pedestal with a funky trumpet base and simple T shaped footrest. Frascati Funky Red Bar Stool
Frascati Funky Red Bar Stool

Frascati Funky Red Bar Stool £178.00

The funky Frascati bar stool has a metal structured frame in a chrome finish. The frame legs are a trendy crossed design fixed to opposite sides of the seat, and the stool also has a simple small fixed foot rest attached to the frame.  The modern seat on the Frascati is 'tractor seat' style and is produced in red as well as a wide variety of colours. The polypropylene seat makes the Frascati a hard wearing model that can stand up to the rigours of both home and commercial use. Mirage Modern Red Bar Stools
Mirage Modern Red Bar Stool

Mirage Modern Red Bar Stool £189.00

The Mirage Modern Red Bar Stool is available in both an adjustable gas lift version and a fixed leg version.  Both stools are available in a wide range of colours, including Red, in both luxurious buffed leather and hard-wearing faux leather. The Mirage Gas Lift Bar Stool is a sturdy comfortable bar stool, with an easy to use gas lift system. The trendy flat square base and funky squared hanging footrest are finished in chrome.  The Mirage Modern Bar Stool with fixed legs has a very comfortable and well upholstered seat set atop slim clean-cut chrome legs. Candess Contemporary Red Bar Stool  
Candess Contemporary Red Bar Stool

Candess Contemporary Red Bar Stool £269.00

We love the stylish elegant curves of the contemporary Candess Red Bar Stool.  If you are looking for comfort and don't want to compromise on quality, then the Candess Red Bar Stool ticks all the boxes. A stylish, modern Italian designer bar stool, the comfy Candess is upholstered in your choice of either hard-wearing yet luxurious faux leather or soft, tactile split leather in a choice of seven colours, including Red.  The gas lift version has a chrome pedestal with a round base and is fully adjustable for your requirements.  The trendy fixed leg version is finished in either a highly polished chrome or matt aluminium lacquered metal, available in two fixed heights.  This stool is suitable for use in the home, or commercial premises like a restaurant or bar.
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Bar Stools, Colour
Bright bar stools make for a cool, contemporary look
March 3, 2011 at 1:48 pm 0

Silvi bright bar stools

First impressions count for a lot when you’re in the hospitality business. If you’re working hard to get customers in through the doors you don’t want them turning around and walking back out again as soon as they arrive. So what’s the best way to make sure your bar, restaurant or cafe seems up-market, cool and contemporary? We think funky bar stools can help a lot. In on-trend bright colours and with modern, designer shapes, bar stools can help to position your establishment where you want it to be.

Roma brightly coloured backed bar stool

If you’ve still got furniture that you bought in the '90s, or even just eight or 10 years ago then it’s probably looking horribly tired and dated by now – even though you may not be able to see it yourself. Often the things that will make customers stay, and return, and even tell other people about how great your business is are subtle things that are hard to put your finger on. Certainly fresh, on-trend decor can really help you to beat your competitors. We’ve noticed a trend in cafes and bars recently for mismatching bar stools and we think it looks great. You could consider using materials such as reclaimed wood and metal for tables and counter tops, and then brightening the place with pops of brightly coloured bar stools will make your premises look like it’s straight out of an interiors magazine. You can also have bar stools in a bright plastic, and then choose chairs in the same range either in complimentary or contrasting colours. If you’re buying bar stools from Danetti to furnish your commercial space then we’d love to see the end result. Email us a picture: customerservices@danetti.com
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