Bar stools with backs
Hamptons Kitchen Bar Stools With High Backs
Let’s begin with Hamptons, one of our most loved styles on the TLC blog. There are many ways to decorate your Hamptons home. There is a lot of overlap between Hamptons, coastal, Hamptons, Provincial, and even Hamptons, boho aesthetics. You have many options when it comes to furniture.
If you haven’t read our post yet, we have a dedicated one on how to style a Hamptons house. This will give you an idea of how to style this look in modern times and may even help you choose the right type of kitchen bar stool.
Hampton’s barstools with high backs come in three main styles. The first style is the plush, upholstered one with a button-tufted back or studded trim. The second, more traditional and made from rattan or all-white timber, has more detail in its profile. The last is a mix of both (best of both).
Modern Country Kitchen Barstools with High Backs
Modern country is on the rise, and it’s something to keep an eye out for as people long to return to nature. See more of the modern country style on our blog. We have spent so much time indoors that we are eager to get outside again. We want to blur the line between indoors and outdoors at home.
These kitchen stools are made entirely of timber. These stools don’t have padded upholstery. But don’t assume they are uncomfortable. You can see the mood board for most high-back stools below. You get plenty of back support with these options.
Temple and Webster provided the image. (Amazing dining room, right? It features their Kobe High Back Bar Stools. Here are six more options for your consideration.
Mid Century Kitchen Bar Stools With High Backs
I must admit that I have a soft spot in my heart for mid-Century design. This aesthetic appeals to me because of its simple lines and the interesting profile on chairs and stools.
Although I don’t like the warmth of orange timbers and celebration of brass that this classic style tends not to inspire, it’s all just me. Mid-Century offers so many options to choose from, and I love to get the best of each style.
You can keep the colour scheme here subdued with whites, blacks, greys, and beiges. You can also choose bolder jewel tones which are very popular in this style of interior design. Below, I have shown you how to make your stools stand out or blend in with the background.