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How to Coordinate Your Bar Stools & Dining Furniture

Last updated 6 years ago

When it comes to mixing and matching furniture, you may wonder how to create a truly stunning look-especially if you have a dining room table with a bar nearby. So many chairs in one area can be difficult to arrange in an organized and attractive fashion. When picking out dining room chairs and bar stools, here are a few options to consider:

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Sometimes being uniform is the way to go. If you have black dining room chairs with leather seats, purchasing black bar stools with leather seats will create a cohesive and contemporary look. Matching chairs will make your home look sleek and organized.
Another option is to find chairs that are not entirely matching, but similar and complementary. If you have wood dining room chairs with a rod iron design on the backing, for example, try pairing this look with rod iron bar stools. You can use materials, shapes, or lines to achieve a subtly similar look. This will make the room cohesive, but still give each piece its own unique personality.
Why not try something entirely different? Choosing something that does not match can be extremely effective. Contrasting furniture will stand out and draw attention. For example, if you have taupe dining room chairs, you can contrast their neutral color with maroon barstools. Arranging patterns against solids is another way to add interesting visual contrast. The important thing is to make sure you find something that balances well.

If you are in the market for new or additional seating for your home, visit Casual Dining & Barstools. Our showroom holds San Diego’s largest selection of dining room furniture and bar stools. Call us today at (858) 578-5881 for more information or stop by our showroom for a design consultation! 


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