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Your kitchen always ends up being the gathering place in a home – whether you’re hosting a party or just hanging out with the family. Because of this, it’s time for everyone to spice up your modern kitchen island with some chic barstools. Some people go for comfort; for others, they only care about looks.
Then you have to think about the design of your modern barstools... It doesn’t matter what style your home is – industrial, mid-century modern, traditional or minimalist – there is something for everyone’s kitchen island.
Zuo Marius Red Bar Chair
Your kitchen will look all spruced up for a small price. Think of the modern barstool as kitchen jewelry. Today, I’ve pulled together three different looks for you, each one I love for a different reason.
I’m partial to the industrial look (above). This bright version is the perfect pop of color to bring into your kitchen.
Orson Black Leatherette Metal Modern Bar Stools
This Orson bar stool has a back. If you treat the counter as a place for chatting while cooking, a high-back stool will be more comfortable.
Anime Modern Transparent Acrylic Stackable Zuo Bar Stool
If you want your barstools to kind of disappear from a distance, acrylic is definitely the way to go.
I hope this helped and you find your ideal barstool!
Images: Project Décor, Style at Home, Nordic Design, Casa Sugar
Caitlin Flemming is a decorator, stylist and founder of lifestyle and interior design blog Sacramento Street. It was launch in May 2009, with the desire to create a space that inspired readers with daily posts on interiors, style, travel, photography and anything that comes her way. In her spare time, she’s traveling the world and streets of San Francisco looking for the latest inspirational finds.
Caitlin’s work combines her love of mixing old with new. Her clean, crisp and layered look embodies each project she designs.
Sacramento Street has been recognized by editors at Elle Décor, HGTV, Matchbook Magazine, 7×7 Magazine and Wall Street Journal, New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. She was also named as one of San Francisco’s “Design Bloggers to Watch” by the San Francisco Chronicle. Caitlin’s home has also been featured on HGTV, Design*Sponge and Apartment Therapy.
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