Farmhouse Bar Stool
As an onlooker of the days of 19th- and 18th-century farm life, you’d see roaming pigs, grazing cows, rows of crops, harvesting tools, farmhands and pickers . . . and vintage, effortlessly aesthetic style.
Common Features of Farmhouse Bar Stools
Not sure exactly how to pick a bar stool that will “fit in” with the farmhouse style? Here’s a nifty list of style-defining features that are inextricably “farmhouse:”
- Distressed finishes (patina, weathered markings, uncoated)
- Soft, natural colors like beige and cream
- No backrests and no armrests; just a clean, simple, practical silhouette of simple materials that would’ve been easy to make in the 18th- and 19th-centuries.