At Barstools & Dinettes we find joy in helping you customize your dining experience by offering high quality dining room furniture in the Raleigh Area for more than 34 years. We have the most unique selection of dining room sets, dining room chairs, caster dining sets, counter height dining sets, buffets & hutches, and so much more in the Raleigh area sold at everyday low prices with the help of our exceptional customer service professionals. We are the first place you should shop on Glenwood Ave and the last place, because we will help and guide you from start to finish and make sure you go home with exactly what you are looking for.
By partnering with the most reliable and affordable manufacturers in the USA, we are able to sell products manufactured in the USA at the best prices. We offer the best quality wood furniture in the Raleigh area, glass dining room sets, laminate dining sets, hybrids of metal and wood, expandable dining sets and so much more. We carry and stock benches, rockers, caster chairs, custom tables, stools and home bars. If it’s not in our showroom, we can custom order what you need.
Don’t spend money on inferior dining room furniture when you can find affordable and high quality dining furniture at everyday low prices at Barstools and Dinettes in Raleigh.
Our expansive stool selection offers three different height options including counter, bar, and spectator height in a variety of styles. Our custom options such as fabric and finish options allow you to make the stool so that it will fit perfectly in your space.
Barstools should be chosen with consideration for the exact height of your surface, so make sure to take precise measurements. Measure from the floor to the top of the surface in order to calculate the correct seat height. If you would like a stool style with arms it is important to measure from the floor to the bottom of your surface to ensure that the stool will fit under the counter when not in use. For best comfort, there should ideally be between 9 and 12 inches of space from the top of the stool seat to the underside of the bar. If you are trying to match cabinetry or fixtures it may be beneficial to bring in a cabinet door, drawer or hardware with you. Visit Barstools & Dinettes in Raleigh for expert advice on finding the perfect stool for your individual needs.
A counter-height barstool is 24 to 26 inches tall from the floor to the top of the seat. Either height will work for a surface that measures 34 inches to 36 inches from the floor to the top of that surface. If your counter is even with your stovetop and sink area you will most likely need this particular height of stool. Don’t forget to measure to the underside of your counter if you would like arms on your stool. Some styles will not make arm stools that will fit under the counter and other styles will offer custom arm heights to accommodate any needs you may have. Counter height stools are also available in swivel and non-swivel styles as well as backless versions to fit into tight spaces.
Bar-height stools are 29 to 31 inches from the floor to the top of the seat. Any height in this range will work for a surface that measures 40 inches to 43 inches from the floor to the top of that surface. Don’t forget to measure to the underside of your bar surface if you would like arms on your stool. Some styles will not make arm stools that will fit under the bar and other styles will offer custom arm heights to accommodate any needs you may have. Bar height stools are also available in swivel and non-swivel styles as well as backless versions to fit into tight spaces.
Spectator height stools are 34 to 36 inches from the floor to the top of the seat. Any height in this range will work for a surface that measures 45 inches to 48 inches from the floor to the top of that surface. Don’t forget to measure to the underside of your surface if you would like arms on your stool. Some styles will not make arm stools that will fit under your surface and other styles will offer custom arm heights to accommodate any needs you may have. Spectator height stools are also available in swivel and non-swivel styles as well as backless versions to fit into tight spaces. Originally designed for spectators in billiard halls, these stools will provide you with a good view out of a window or across a game room. Newly constructed homes and condos are more likely to have taller counters in the kitchen.
Tables come in a wide variety of materials, shapes, and heights dependent upon their origin, style, intended use and cost. Many tables are made of wood or wood-based products; some are made of other materials including metal and glass. Most tables are composed of a flat surface and one or more supports (legs). A table with a single, central foot is a pedestal table. Long tables often have extra legs for support.
Common design elements include:
There are numerous choices to make when picking out chairs. Most importantly, space limitations will determine the kind of chairs chosen for a given space. There’s also the general style of the decor in the space already, the materials the chairs are made from, cost calculations and value as well as attempts to make best use of the shape and layout of the room.
What are the different types of chairs? See our post on all the various chair types. When choosing an armchair, it’s important to focus on how it will be used and what function it will service in the home or office. Is this going to be primarily for decoration? Something people will rely on daily to sit on? Does it need to fit the aesthetic of the room it will be in, or can it be stored elsewhere or hidden out of sight, so its look and feel won’t matter as much? Finally, some people will decorate with attention to the flow of the room, which will make picking out just the right styles of armchairs all the more important. See our blog about various styles and determine which is the best fit for you.
Whether you are hosting a dinner party or just a relaxing meal with the family, you want the best dining room chairs and benches in your home. Dining room chairs and benches should stand up to the punishment of daily use, while offering a comfortable sitting place for those longer meals. Dining room chairs and benches in our Raleigh showroom are made with high quality materials and craftsmanship, to ensure they hold up to your standards.
WE offer high quality dining room chairs & benches that fit perfectly in with your home decor whether it is Colonial, modern, Victorian, country, rustic or industrial. We have the largest selection of dining room benches in stock so you can choose the perfect look that fits well into your personality and design style. Each with different design backs and comfortable cushions that you can match with the other furnishings in your room. If you love the look and feel of leather, pick out an upholstered dining room bench to accent your existing chairs or to replace two chairs for looks!
In addition, we also have swivel rocker dining room chairs. Our swivel rocker chairs help people sit down into a comfortable position and swivel to give them extra movement. Swivel chairs also work great as an office chair if you use your dining room table as a workstation. Just roll it into the right position on the four movable casters that glide along any surface.
The worst thing that can happen is to have a dining room chair break during a meal. Get the durability and beauty combined with the ultimate comfort when you pick out dining room from Barstools & Dinettes in Raleigh. The chairs and benches will last for years.
Along with satisfying a need, kitchen & dining room furniture should reflect your personal style. From informal family meals to formal dinner parties, the table has become a gathering place for friends, family, colleagues and neighbors. The dining room should be a comfortable area to converse, dine and recreate. Choosing the right dining room furniture starts with size.
Consider both the size of your eating space and the number of guests you will want to seat when deciding on a new quality dining set. Once you have the right dimensions it is time to choose between the materials and style. Most will stick with wood and heavier construction for a traditional or rustic look. Sleek lines and squared off corners work well for more modern settings. For a timeless yet elegant appearance, upholstered chairs, also known as parsons chairs are a popular choice!
A hutch is an American English word for a type of furniture. The term is now usually used to describe a set of shelves or cabinets placed on top of a lower unit with a counter and either drawers or cabinets.
Hutches are often seen in the form of desks, dining room, or kitchen furniture. In the 18th and early 19th century, however, the term hutch or hutch table referred to a tabletop set onto a base in such a way that when the table was not in use, the top pivoted to a vertical position and became the back of a chair or wider settes.
Many hutches from recent decades feature a mirror in the back of the upper shelving to give the additional appearance of depth and to better display the fineries kept within (in a similar manner to a china cabinet).
Amongst the most desirable of the 1960s veneered kind are those featuring a fold down liquor compartment where the fold down compartment door serves to increase the worktop area for setting out the glassware and preparing a drink. These liquor compartments often feature a mirror at the back and frequently the inner wood veneer surface of the door (becoming the worktop surface) is polished to a high lustre, increasing the overall effect thus impressing guests and onlookers.
A sideboard, also called a buffet, is an item of furniture traditionally used in the dining room for serving food, for displaying serving dishes, and for storage. It usually consists of a set of cabinets, or cupboards, and one or more drawers, all topped by a wooden surface for conveniently holding food, serving dishes, or lighting devices. The words sideboard and buffet are somewhat interchangeable, but if the item has short legs, or a base that sits directly on the floor with no legs, it is more likely to be called a sideboard; if it has longer legs it is more likely to be called a buffet.
The earliest versions of the sideboard familiar today made their appearance in the 18th century, but they gained most of their popularity during the 19th century as households became prosperous enough to dedicate a room solely to dining. Sideboards were made in a range of decorative styles and were frequently ornamented with costly veneers and inlays. In later years, sideboards have been placed in living rooms or other areas where household items might be displayed