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Outdoor Bar Stools

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Tips for Finding the Perfect Outdoor Patio & Bar Stools

When the winter seasons turns and it's finally warm again, it's probably about time to start thinking about when you're going to host guests to a meal out on the back patio or balcony. While plans for prepping ensues, difficult questions like "how do I updated my space" and "what to get" stalls ideas for a clearer direction on newness. Luckily, when in the market for modern outdoor patio stools that'll freshen up the look of the outdoor counter or revamp the bar height dining arrangement, finding the perfect seat for your arrangement couldn't be easier. But before browsing any further through the vast assortment of modern outdoor stools and out there, consider a few technical and detailed aspects to help narrow down the selection.

Counter Stool versus Bar Stool

Getting the right height is important for arranging a comfortable seated dining arrangement. There's nothing worse than guests being forced to sit through a poorly situated dining set up or guests giving in to standing up because their modern patio stool is too high or too low in relation to the counter or table top. In general, outdoor counter stools tend to be 24-29 inches in height from floor to seat and fits best with counters or that are 34-39 inches high. On the other hand, contemporary outdoor bar stools will generally measure 30-36 inches from the ground to the seta and work best with bars or tables that are 40-46 inches in height. Whether designing a seating arrangement around a table, counter or bar, choose an appropriate correlative stool height.

Materials to Consider

Modern outdoor bar stools and counter stools are commonly made with materials that will not only be able to withstand varying weather conditions that would normally ruin typical indoor seating, but will offer an easy clean and overall minimal maintenance. Materials like steel, aluminum, polypropylene, and teak wood (to name a few) are all durable and weather hardy materials that will preserve the original look of the seat under convenient upkeep circumstances. Aside from the reliable character upside of the materials used for modern patio stools, materials greatly contribute to the aesthetic design of the seat and aptly reflect personal tastes as well. While metals tend to offer a sleek and contemporary profile, teak wood allows for a warmer and more natural appeal, while polypropylene tends to offer unique and fun designs; no matter the outdoor material used, chances are it'll be comfortable and easy to maintain without losing site of great design.

Shape and Structure

Finding the right modern outdoor dining stool is easy when you have a general idea of what features are desirable around the seat's profile in relation to the overall look. Whether the stool sports a round or square seat, comes with or without a backrest, with or without armrests, has a sled base or fee, the last bit of decision making is probably the easiest and the most fun. Get creative with pairing outdoor stool seating with a bar height dining table or a patio island counter by mixing and matching until the look of the perfect look is finally found.