Bar Table And Stools – The different table heights require different chair seat heights. In order to sit and eat or work comfortably on a table. The height of the chair seat should be approximately 10 to 12 inches shorter than the height of the tabletop. If the chair is higher, the table will be too close to the knees; If it is lower, the tabletop will feel as if it were to your chin. Fortunately for consumers, furniture manufacturers have standardized the table heights and chair seat heights that correspond to them.
The eating and working surface of a bar table and stools-height table is approximately 40 to 42 inches from the floor. Height bar chair and stool seats measure 29 to 30 inches off the floor. That which is in line with the 10 to a 12-inch rule of gold. If the bar chair has armrests, make sure they are low enough to fit under the table instead of bumping into it. Standard dining tables measure approximately 30 inches from the floor. The correct chair seat height for a dining table is around 19 to 20 inches off the floor. Because of the seat heights of dining chairs, chairs and counter bar stools rise incrementally, it can be difficult to know what you are buying if you go by sight alone. Be sure and do not feel sorry and carry a measuring tape with you on your shopping trip for a bar table and stools.