--TESTIMONIAL-- Hello...I received the barstool from you today. It was packed so well!!! I expected to have to assemble it - but it was all together and just wonderful! I thank you so much. It is for my husband's work area in his garage. After all our remodeling - it was just the final perfect touch for his "man cave." Thank you so much. Blessings to your day...SueEllen M.--Ohio
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Bar stools are inviting, relaxing bar furniture whether you enjoy casual décor such as the nostalgic drugstore or prefer a more formal decorating style. Bar Stool Bill features bar stools and chairs from Holland Bar Stool Company, LumiSource and Richardson Seating.
Bar chairs or bar stools come in many styles such as Modern/Contemporary, Traditional or Retro. Bar furniture is available in various heights, including 24" bar stools or the standard 30" bar stools. Bar Stool Bill also offers the popular tall 36" barstools. Bar stools suit your comfort and decor style in either backless or with back styles. Swivel bar stools add fun as well as functionality of movement. Today’s barstools are constructed of wood, metal, fiberglass and other materials. Bar Stools are designed for every taste from the classic wood bar stools or traditional bar stools to the funky modern bar stools such as our Sugar Cone Bar Stool which looks like a giant, colorful ice cream cone. Bar Stool Bill offers statement tables and chairs, as well.
If you have bar tables or a bar counter with room for seating in your kitchen, dining room, living room or any other space inside your home, browse through the selection at Bar Stool Bill to find the perfect bar furniture or kitchen bar stools for sale at reasonable prices. We also feature a selection of outdoor bar stools for your porch, patio or cabana. For total relaxation, be sure to check out our ultra comfortable bar loungers.
About.comAnother Great Online Decorating Site
Here's another great site to add to our list of online decorating tools. Pure Home is a new community-centric decorating site that can help you solve all sorts of decorating challenges. It starts off by having you fill in a brief questionnaire about your decorating preferences - preferred style, colors, atmosphere, etc - and then provides you with a personalized color palette. You can play around with different colors and see how they look in a room. (Warning, it's kind of addictive...) There's also all sorts of advice and inspiration relating to all things home décor. Oh, and did I mention? It's free! I highly recommend checking this one out. Photo © Pure HomeAnother Great Online Decorating Site originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 at 19:21:45.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Basements Apartments - Gloomy No More!
Do you live in a basement? I don't anymore, but I used to. Where I live it's a pretty safe bet that at some point you're going to live in a basement. Whether it's your first apartment, or you're trying to save money (rental prices are crazy where I live!) basements can be great homes for single people, couples just starting out, or larger families who can't afford other alternatives. Despite their reputation of being dark and gloomy I firmly believe you can make them light, bright and perfectly comfortable. Check out these examples from the HGTV show Income Property to see what I mean. As far as I'm concerned, they're a lot nicer than some of the above-ground apartments I've seen! Photo © RTR Media / Income PropertyBasements Apartments - Gloomy No More! originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 at 11:47:23.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Country Without the Kitsch
If you follow me on Pinterest you know that I'm quite taken with the idea of living in the country. A lot of it has to do with the outdoor aspect, but I also love love love old farmhouses and farmhouse style. But since I'm destined to live in the city for a little while yet, I'm living vicariously through great pictures and the articles I get to write about it. So here are some of my thoughts on farmhouse style. Photo © Pottery BarnCountry Without the Kitsch originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 at 20:33:21.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Decorating with Passion
When I worked in high-end home decor retail it always struck me how worried my clients were about things looking just right. They were so concerned that their houses look "perfect" that they forgot to have fun. They did their research and consulted designers, but the one thing they lacked was passion. For me it's so important that my home be a place where I'm comfortable, happy and surrounded by things I love. I want it to look nice, but nice according to my rules, not anyone else's. I may have some funny-looking things, but each and every piece I own means something to me. I have fun with my decor, and that's something my former clients didn't seem to have. I encourage everyone - no matter how big or small your home, and no matter how much money you have - to decorate with passion. Create a space you love and you'll be happier for it. Photo © flickr.comDecorating with Passion originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Sunday, April 22nd, 2012 at 10:53:07.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Eco-Friendly Paints from CIL
I'm always on the lookout for eco-friendly products and I was delighted this week to learn about CIL Paints' new ultra-low VOC paint. According to Marketing Communications Manager, Alison Goldman, " The paint itself has no VOCs, and is tinted using new low-VOC colourants, making the final product one of the most environmentally-friendly paint options on the market." This is good news! I long for the day when all paint companies make the switch and no longer sell products containing harsh chemicals - better for your home, better for your health, better for us all. Not sure what VOC's are? Check out our article on no- and low VOC paints and to get more info on CIL Paints check out their website. Photo © CILEco-Friendly Paints from CIL originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Friday, May 4th, 2012 at 14:35:40.Permalink | Comment | Email this
How to Decorate a Basement
Basements can be the hardest part of a house to decorate. They tend to be dark, gloomy and sometimes damp. Too often they become dumping ground for old furniture and other things you don't want seen on the upper floors. But with the right light, colors and attention to detail a basement can become just as beautiful as any other room in the house. Whether it functions as a rec room, an office, a bedroom or an entire apartment, make sure you put the appropriate thought into your basement and make it a space people will actually want to spend time in! Here are some tips on how to decorate a basement. Photo © RTR Media / Income Property How to Decorate a Basement originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Saturday, May 12th, 2012 at 10:50:22.Permalink | Comment | Email this
National Painting Week
Spring = painting projects. It's the way it's always been and it's likely the way it will always be. Whether it's painting the walls, some furniture, a home's exterior or something else altogether, the return of warm weather makes people want to lighten, brighten, and freshen with paint. In response to this phenomenon Sherwin-Williams has launched National Painting Week. Check their site every day this week for a fun new painting project, suggested colors, and a great project from a design blogger. And check out some of our projects too! Painting Tips and Tricks Paint a Brick Fireplace Decorating with Chalkboard Paint How to Paint Stripes on a Wall How to Paint Ceramic Tile Photo © Sherwin WilliamsNational Painting Week originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 at 15:34:34.Permalink | Comment | Email this
The Interiors of Downton Abbey
Are you a fan of the PBS show Downton Abbey? After hearing nothing but good things I finally sat down and watched it. I emerged about a week later after watching the two seasons all at once. I instantly thought I should do a blog post to talk about the gorgeous sets of the English period drama. I did a quick Google search to see what other people were saying and instantly realized another blog post would be pointless. There are a million out there! Here's a sampling, complete with stunning photos. Houzz.com CovetCollectConnect.com TheDecorologist.com Sweetspot.ca StyleAtHome.com SilverScreenSurroundings.ca The Interiors of Downton Abbey originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 at 18:06:24.Permalink | Comment | Email this
What Color is Your Home Office?
Do you have a home office? If so, you should think carefully about what color you paint it. "There are always distractions when working from home, yet studies show that while some colours divert from tasks at hand, others can significantly increase a person's productivity, concentration and motivation," says Alison Goldman, Marketing Communications Manager for CIL Paints. Think about your job and what kind of environment you want to create. Blue can be calming and can lower your pulse rate while increasing productivity. Green creates a serene, soothing atmosphere, which can relieve stress. Red and orange promote excitement and enthusiasm. Purple is thought to promote artistic creativity. Yellow is cheerful. Light browns and greys deliver a feeling of serenity. Darker browns provide a stoic, earthy atmosphere. If you can't decide, the safest choice might be green wich is the most popular color for home offices according to CIL. "Considered to be the most balancing hue on the colour spectrum and the easiest on the eye, green is restful yet rejuvenating." While I love green, when I had a home office (my current place is so small it's all my office!) I painted it cream. I found it relaxing, calm and the least distracting. For more info about decorating home offices click here. Thanks to CIL Paints for providing all of the above information. Photo © CILWhat Color is Your Home Office? originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Saturday, May 5th, 2012 at 10:13:29.Permalink | Comment | Email this
What's Your Favorite Decorating Show?
Do you watch interior decorating shows? I certainly do. If you've read my bio you know that I work on a couple of HGTV shows, so I'm obviously a little biased when it comes to my favorites, but I would love to know yours! Are you a fan of Sarah's House; Extreme Makeover Home Edition; Dear Genevieve? What is you like about them? And on the flip side, which ones do you really hate? (I hope they're not the ones I work on!) Photo © RTR Media/Income PropertyWhat's Your Favorite Decorating Show? originally appeared on About.com Interior Decorating on Friday, March 23rd, 2012 at 14:25:02.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Bar Stool Height Selection Tip
Allow 10" to 13" space between the bar stool seat and the bottom of the bar table or counter. See Bar Stool Height Selection.
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