Can hold up to 330 pounds. Height is 24 inches. Galvanized steel. Extra support crossbars. Comes as a set of four. Rubber feet to protect your floors. Durable and stack well. Comfortable.
The legs are not adjustable. Some customers also felt there was an odor when first out of the box.
Easy to stash under tables. Quick to pull out. Rated for up to 220 pounds. Sturdy design and decent quality. Easy to assemble. Great size for student use. Steel legs.
This is a relatively short stool. It is not made for bar-height table tops.
Modern-looking. Sturdy and comfortable. All steel construction. This price is for a set of four, however, they can be purchased individually. Handle in the middle of the seat makes them easy to move around. Stack for easy storage.
Double check your height. These are set at 30 inches and cannot be adjusted.
All wooden. Made from molded plywood. Fits nearly any decor. No assembly needed for this stool. A low stool at 14 inches. Very stylish. Great for propping your feet. Can be used in more than one position. Hand finished.
This small stool is more expensive than other small stools.
Low back has a handle that makes it easy to move. Modern design. Comes in four colors. Made from a sturdy plastic. Regular seat height – not bar height. Rated for 250 pounds of weight. Can be used outdoors.
Instead of stacking straight up, these stools stack diagonally, which makes them take up a little more space.
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There's no better option for additional seating than stackable stools. They are lighter than chairs and take up less room, making them easy to store. Modern designs that utilize a wide range of materials and colors have made stack stools a fixture in many homes. If you will be using them at a bar or a counter, remember size is important. You'll need roughly 10” of clearance for legs, so make sure your measurements are precise. The best features to look for include back support, footrests, and straight stacking – diagonal stacking takes up much more room in storage. Durable stools that can handle a decent amount of weight are a good idea. For a patio or a deck, purchase stools designated for outdoor use.