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Bar stool seating is essential for anyone wanting to make the most of their kitchen. Versatile and often able to add a bit of personal style to the space, bar stools are your best friend if you’re seeking out extra seating that won’t sacrifice much floor space. Here, a few ideas for bringing new bar stools home, while staying on budget. 

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The faux bamboo legs of these barstools are seriously chic. Paired with black cushions, these barstools add a stunning element to this space.

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Brighten up your space with creamy white hues. Try a few of these seats in your space to add balance into your kitchen.

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Add sweet mint green barstools into your kitchen to add an accent that will make guests take note.

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This bar stool is one part shabby and another part industrial. Try this distressed look in your clean kitchen space to add contrast.

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A trio of mismatched barstools provides an eclectic look. Try this offbeat pairing for an unexpected feel.

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Sunny yellow barstools are sure to uplift any space. Add this zesty tone to a kitchen that feels bland. 

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If you are looking for a barstool with a little back, try these. This cool vibe is also comfortable.

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For a look that will fit in almost any kitchen, try these. Their appeal is universal.

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You always have the option to match your bar stools to your counter’s base. This monochromatic look is unique and striking.

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Did somebody suggest red? While this fiery color may seem hard to live with, we think you should give it a try. Test out this hot tone in your cooking space.

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A little wood and a little iron take your kitchen over the top. These stylish stools look amazing in this all white space.

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An excellent way to keep summer vibes around all year, barstools with a nautical feel are always welcome. 

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A good leather bucket chair makes our hearts flutter. Bring this additional texture into your space.

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Give us a little lucite! These glamorous stools are perfect for your preppy kitchen. The best part is that they take up less space than others, visually.

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Maybe we are just hooked on one of this year’s most popular colors, but these powder pink stools are making us swoon. 

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These neutral tones work in almost any kitchen. They’ll work well if your home carries a bohemian vibe. 

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This space is totally fresh and inviting. Take a seat on these neat stools while catching up on news with coffee in the morning. 

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If you are looking to cut the sweetness in your space and add a little bit of industrial, go for these.

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Can you spot these stools? This charming trio tucks neatly under the counter. 

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If your appliances, hardware and lighting feature this metal, try it in your kitchen furniture as well.

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Look at the cushion on those stools! Those high, leather green seats have us totally envious. Comfort is key when considering your kitchen seating.

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A gold dipped bar stool adds serious appeal to your space. These golden edges are perfect for a space that features brushed brass fixtures.

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This is an insanely dreamy space to start your morning. We can totally imagine spending our Sunday mornings here, sitting on these stools and enjoying pancakes.

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These woven seats give off a coastal vibe. They are a bit beachy and a bit minimal–the best of both worlds.