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An engraved metal seatback, featuring acanthus leaf patterns and decorative nailhead trim, firmly establishes the Zinfandel Barstool's sophisticated industrial aesthetic. Curvy metal legs support the memory-swivel seat, plush and covered in deep leather, bracketed by undulating armrests.
If you need a fun but sophisticated barstool for your traditional or transitional bar, consider the Mojito Counter Stool. Chocolatey brown leather edged with brass nailheads upholsters the back and seat cushions. Warm rubberwood solids in a lightly distressed, toasty brown finish contrast with the dark leather, and an antique-brass scuffplate adds a final touch.
While the elegant taper of the legs and brass nailheads pinning the fabric to the seat cushion add simple beauty, the opulent, baroque carving of the Mimosa Counter Stool's seatback stands out as its defining characteristic. The Sunset Point upholstery works well with the Hatteras White finish.
A light, simple design, casual and cozy without pretense, the Rob Roy Counter Stool works great for your transitional bar. Style details like an X-braced back, tall tapered legs and cleanly sloping armrests are all crafted of rubberwood solids in a medium tobacco finish.
The wingback design of the Rum Runner Counter Stool is almost nearly fully upholstered in a linen-cotton blend. Yes, the tight back and seat cushion, trimmed with small decorative nailheads, are all clothed in a neutral linen-cotton blend, but the back has that fabric stripped off, revealing some of the rubberwood frame and 100% linen hessian-style back.
While the elegant taper of the mahogany-finish legs and brass nailheads pinning the deep brown leather to the seat cushion add simple beauty, the opulent regency-style carving of the Jameson Counter Stool's seatback stands out as its defining characteristic.
Carved scroll details and turned front legs define the Merlot Barstool's traditional styling. Antique-brass nailheads pin the deep leather to the back, seat cushion and armrests, and the scuffplate in antiqued bronze adds a final old-fashioned touch.
The slight, slender taper of the Chablis Barstool's wooden legs lends it a sophisticated air while still keeping casual. Antique-brass nailheads trimming the Skyline fabric seat add another element of traditional cool to this transitional backless stool.