Industrial Bar Stools
Inspired by old factories and industrial spaces, these industrial bar stools add the perfect chic style you’re looking to add to your loft or kitchen.
Industrial Style is a Growing Trend
If the thought of exposed pipes, stainless steel appliances and mixing wood with metal sound like your cup of tea, then you will love these industrial styled stools! This style is growing in popularity in kitchens, bathrooms, restaurants and even in entire homes across the world.
Metal Industrial Barstools
Majority of these stools incorporate a mix of wood and metal materials, which can create a rustic and inviting feeling to the space. While, some stools only incorporate a metal frame with a fabric or vinyl upholstery. And some stools have a hammered look on the backrest which adds to the industrial style.
Available with a Backrest or Without
A backrest is great for back support if you’re sitting on the stool for a long period of time. From high backrests to low backrests, we have it. We also have a variety of different back styles including a cross back design, a bean-shaped back, a ladder back design and a mission back design.
Available in Counter Height or Bar Height
Need a 26-inch counter height stool or for a bar? No problem! We have these here. Some can even come in 34-inch spectator height.
Available in a Variety of Colors
These made-to-order barstools are available in so many colors and combinations!
- Make your kitchen different than any other on the street and choose from a variety of different wood stains, metal finishes, fabric colors and vinyl colors.
- Want a black industrial stool? No problem.
- How about a bronze color? We have that too.
- Black, gray, all shades of browns, white, and more.
Great in Kitchens, Offices, Game Rooms & Man Caves
Bring old-fashioned factory charm to your kitchen, office, game room and man cave. Edgy, yet exquisite. Classy, yet rustic. A sure home run for any industrial style kitchen.
Discover how to create a space that’s uniquely you with these fun, but enlightening, questions.
Maybe you recently moved into your first home, or maybe you’re just looking to give it a long overdue update. Either way, figuring out where to start the decorating process can be daunting. The first step? Decide which home décor style best suits your personality—whether you’re completely classic or you gravitate more toward eclectic pieces. This fun quiz will not only help you hone in on a style, but also reveal the types of furniture, paint colors and accent pieces that’ll bring your vision to life. Happy decorating!
If you chose mostly the top left block
You’re all about keeping things polished and sleek—including open spaces and plenty of light. Choose neutral colors and add in a little interest with textured and natural fabrics. Invest in pieces with clean lines, and consider using unusual lighting to make a statement. Don’t forget some modern art or black and white photography to make a room pop—
If you chose mostly the top right block
Home is where your heart is, and you’re all about crafting a warm, inviting space for friends and family to enjoy. You favor earthy hues and homey details like ruffles, wallpaper or rough-hewn wood accents. Settle on a soft leather armchair, intricate area rugs and hand-stitched fabrics, like a crocheted blanket or woven throw pillows. Then channel Mother Nature with a palette of brown, tan and ivory.
If you chose mostly the bottom right block
You’re a free spirit who loves to explore. Create a home base for all
your treasures with plenty of shelving and wall space for tapestries and tchotkes. Nod to your love for other cultures with exotic patterns and colors anchored by a few grounding neutrals (like a comfy couch or carved wood dining table). Try a palette of earth tones paired with a colorful accent wall—or go all out with bold and bright hues.
If you chose mostly the bottom left block
You look to add elegance to every aspect of your life, and you can’t resist a little drama. Fashion a Hollywood-worthy home with tons of light-reflecting and eye-catching materials, like metallics, mirrors and lacquer trim. Try luxe bedding and upholstery in shades of white, gray, cream or black, then add a shot of color with rich jewel tones (hello, blue velvet couch!). Your home will be ready for its close-up.
What can I do to prevent the coronavirus disease at home? Remind everyone in your household of the importance of practicing everyday preventive actions that can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses:
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue.
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Here, we are going to help you properly clean, sanitize and disinfect your quality wood furniture table tops and chairs.
“Cleaning refers to organizing and wiping down surfaces, like countertops, so that they appear neat and spotless.”
“All-purpose cleaners are built to lift and remove visible smudges, spots, stains, and debris from surfaces.” Cleaning products can potentially remove germs from surfaces (along with dirt and other organic material) and wash them away, but the goal of cleaning is about the look and feel.
While cleaners will help make your surfaces look nice and shiny, there are some places at home (like your kitchen counters, faucet handles, chair armrests, and doorknobs) where you want to follow up your cleaning with a sanitizer or a disinfectant. Cleaning by itself won’t kill germs like bacteria, viruses, or fungi.
This coronavirus seems to spread most commonly from person to person via respiratory droplets, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), usually between people who are within about 6 feet (1.8 meters) of each other. Transmission of the virus from contaminated surfaces has not yet been documented, the CDC notes, but current evidence does suggest the virus can remain viable “for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials.”
Sanitizing vs. Disinfecting
The difference between sanitizing and disinfecting comes down to semantics. Both sanitizing and disinfecting aim to reduce the amount of contamination present on a surface by killing germs, but disinfecting—by definition—kills more germs than sanitizing. Product manufacturers and agencies like the EPA use the word “sanitizing” to refer to a solution or device that reduces the amount of germs on a surface by 99.9 percent or more—a level that’s considered safe by public health standards. They use the word “disinfecting” for chemical products that are designed to “kill virtually everything” on a surface.
“Sanitizing is necessary for surfaces that come in contact with food.”
You don’t want to skip the step of cleaning before you disinfect, though. Dirt and organic material can make some disinfectants less effective, so cleaning is necessary before disinfecting in most cases. Using “all-in-one” antibacterial cleaners isn’t enough to disinfect unless you first remove visible dirt from the surface (basically, you’d have to clean everything twice).
Acetic acid (a.k.a. white vinegar) can act as a disinfectant that can destroy some bacteria and viruses. … Household natural sanitizers like lemon juice and vinegar reduced the number of pathogens to undetectable levels. Vinegar can inhibit growth of and kill some food-borne pathogenic bacteria.
Vinegar can be used as a safer bleach alternative for some applications, such as cleaning, and research has shown it can be affective against some bacteria and viruses, including the flu. It is also biodegradable. Vinegar is not a registered disinfectant, however, and does not kill dangerous bacteria like staphylococcus.
Soap and water
Regular soap and water clean germs away rather than killing them, but that’s still a key step in reducing infection, the CDC points out. Washing your hands with soap and water is one of the main recommendations for limiting the spread of the novel coronavirus, since it seems to spread primarily from person to person via respiratory droplets, which are often found on our hands and easily transferred to our faces.
1. Low Back Curves
2. Cushionless Innovation
3. Modern Forms
4. Traditional with a Twist
5. Mission Deep Seating
Blending an understated design with ultimate comfort
Dine in a reminiscent colonial Spanish style
Designed to make your day, the good way
7. Garden Dining Furniture
Simple, pleasing and perfect for backyard BBQ’s
An all-American classic
Casual outdoor dining
10. Porch Rockers
Front porches are for rocking
Let’s start by looking at frame built chairs.
Chairs are the most difficult furniture to make and even harder to make well.
There are three primary reasons frame chairs are uniquely designed and built to last a lifetime.
Eased Mortise &TenonTM
Notice the matching rounded profile on the corners. This precision-engineered detail provides unsurpassed strength and durability.
Industrial Lag Bolts
We made a conscious decision to use 4″ long industrial-size bolts to secure the corner block to the frame. There is no “weak link” in our chair construction. The bolt on the right is our standard. (On the left is…well, not ours.)
Not one, not two, but 3 mortise & Tenon-style joints are used on each corner block. This revolutionary joinery design provides unsurpassed strength and stability in our frame chair construction – even more reliable than metal.
COMMERCIAL GRADE QUALITY
Our Hospitality division continues to expand. We’ve helped clients like Disney and Best Western achieve their goals. We realize time is money, and on important projects with tight deadlines and budgets, we can help you avoid the pratfalls than can befall a team that doesn’t plan well.
We craft in 7 Northern Hardwoods and even Bamboo. From Contemporary to Modern, Bauhaus, Arts & Crafts, Refined Ranch, Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, Transitional, and more, please afford us the opportunity to contribute to the success of your project. We can modify what we already craft; we can build from your designs, or design product in collaboration with you to make your dreams become a reality.
We’re big enough to help with product development, project management, order fulfillment, quality, service, and logistics, but small enough that when you partner with us, you get individual attention.