I have been searching for two great bar chairs for my island in my kitchen unfortunately all the stores that I loved or really like were very expensive and very low quality I look up on overstock.com and these two great looking bar stools was just what I was looking for iron and wood with leather and the perfect size did not have to buy them separate because there were 2 in a set the price was unbelievable I had some similar bar stools for just one what's the price of both of them at overstock.com bingo I have the best bar stools and my kitchen island and get so many compliments and makes my kitchen look very elegant great
Love these bar stools! The quality and craftsmanship was what I was hoping for. (hard to judge when you buy online) They are very solid and sturdy. The color in the picture is accurate as well. They could easily hold a few hundred pounds. I love that I don't have to worry about someone damaging the foot pegs because they're iron instead of wood. I get lots of complements on them. Just FYI though, these are the equivalent of a backless bar stool. The little back that's there is just for looks. (Or maybe keep a kid from falling off backwards) Worth the money!
Love, love, love these bar stools! I looked everywhere for rustic stools with a small footprint. I saw these stools in a high end model home, took a picture and searched Overstock. I found these to be an exact match. I couldn't be happier with them.
I bought these stools to go in my bar, which I decorated rustic chic with tools and items from our family farm. These stools are no joke - they are heavy and sturdy! The powder coating is the perfect finish for the rustic theme. I like that you get to select the height of the footrest - I'm 5'2" so my feet usually dangle on bar stools, but I was able to put the footrest just a bit higher so my feet actually rest on the footrest. And the seat is adjustable, as well. My stools are sitting on a slate tile floor, but I would be warned if you're going to put these are hardwood. The stools are HEAVY and there's really no way to attach a pad to the bottom; felt pads have very little surface area to adhere to, as the base of the foot is not solid (I'm sure it was hollowed out to alleviate some weight from the cast iron base)
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