Having a bar entails buying some stern quality bar stools. But does having bar stools entail building a home bar? Not necessarily.
Bar stools are one of these features that facilitate social activities at home, especially when one lives in an open-plan area that encompasses the living room, kitchen and dining room. They also make a fine accent piece to the general design.
Let me introduce you to 28 bar stools with metal and wood finishes so that you can get inspired and bring some of these solutions into your interior.
A rustic open-plan kitchen and dining room with neutral colors in backdrop. Five round bar stools with metal and wood finishes fit under the wooden island and are an integral part o the cooking area. Light hardwood floor matches the tile backsplash and exposed wood finishes, on which there are plenty bold pendant lights that, apart from the stainless steel appliances, serve as the accent pieces. You can notice the two-toned color scheme in this room – white (cabinet finishes) and beige (
If you have a somewhat sturdy kitchen with many solid pieces of furniture, it’s good to contrast them with items that look less sturdy, on the other hand. Look at these bar stools with metal and wood finishes – their metal legs look rather fragile but that’s only an illusion. There’s also a relaxation area in this open plan space with a beige sofa, mismatched armchairs and a black coffee table with transparent glass surface.
A contemporary kitchen, in which there are two materials prevailing – concrete and wood. Exposed light wood finishes complement the flat beige cabinets and light hardwood floor, while the concrete countertop matches the walls and the upholstery of dining chairs. Again, the bar stools with metal and wood finishes serve as an accent piece, with metal structure being a matching element to the stainless steel range hood so that the cohesion of the kitchen and dining room is preserved.
If you want to make a statement in your kitchen, use bar stools. These wooden stools are placed under the concrete island with a dark wood board. When you look closely at them, you will see metal rims that correspond to the modern sink and range hood. The kitchen would look too raw if it was equipped with a traditional or contemporary chandelier. Instead, the owner decided to go a little extravagant on that matter and installed a chandelier made of pendant lights decorated with crystals, which stays in the opposition to flat cabinets and minimalistic style of this interior.
These arched metal and wood bar stools make a perfect match for the modern island in the center of this traditional kitchen with wooden cabinets and metal handles. The large sectional sofa with beige and red throw pillows in the backdrop fits in the corner of the living room, embraced by floor-to-ceiling windows.
Metal and wood bar stools under the cubic wooden island that has the extended white countertop. The work triangle is well adjusted to the owner’s needs, as everything is within the hand’s reach. Furthermore, this space allows a smooth traffic flow and has one undeniably useful feature – a wine fridge under the sink’s countertop.
Low seated bar stools with wooden backseats and black metal legs are one of the few bodacious decor elements in this modern kitchen. Their patterned texture goes well with the marble island’s surface and the backsplash, while the flat brown cabinets and the island’s frame are there to bring the balance to space. Layered lighting does not only illuminate the whole space, but it also makes a clear division between the kitchen and the nook in the left corner.
A white compact island, two bar stools with metal and wood finishes, a white tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a bouquet of flowers on the countertop’s surface to mak a statement – everything that a compact kitchen needs.
Building a kitchen is not a usual idea of using your attic’s space. Nevertheless, by looking at this picture, you probably wouldn’t imagine a better use for the attic, would you? Wooden cabinets with metal candles match metal and wood bar stools while the white islands is in a total harmony with walls and the ceiling. The room is endowed with plenty of natural light by having skylights installed on the angled walls. Two flooring materials, i.e. tile and polished hardwood divide this open plan attic into the kitchen and living room.
Small rooms require great imagination ad this transitional kitchen is no different. The island is well fit into this space and has a built-in compact fridge. Actually, every piece of appliance is built-in to save space. Should one want to learn how to mix materials, this picture is a role model. Exposed brick, stainless steel, metal, wood, tile – they all find their place in this kitchen.
This transitional kitchen features mat furniture, including the white kitchen island with storage cabinets and the matching kitchen drawers. Floating shelves with glassware are clearly separated by the metallic range hood above the granite black countertop. There is a dining room in this open layout, introduced when one walks through these stylish black doors that match the metal and wood bar stools with wooden round seats.
Eclectism at its best; whitewashed cabinets with metal handles, the glossy white fridge and the mat pale mint island with a granite countertop. Let’s not forget about these modern bar stools with metal legs and round wooden seats that are here to make your guests comfortable while you’re preparing the dish they are all waiting for. The corner counterspace between the upper and lower cabinets is filled with minor appliances and storage items so that the countertop on the island could serve as the food prep station. The countertop has some tulips in the DIY vessel and a cock figurine to boost the eclectism vibe in the kitchen. Should you have no place for your cookware, you can always install a hanging pot rack, because why not.
These metal and wood bar stools make a fine statement in this almost all-white kitchen. You can see the industrial vibe flowing through the room; pendant lamps with black shades, three crated windows with black frames, and various metal finishes including copper and metal.
Bar stools are whelcome everywhere the fun is present. These four metal and wood bar stools with round red rims let you wait for your turn in the table tennis queue while you enjoy your share of the watermeloon. The fruit will surely fill you with enough energy to smash your opponents.
One simply cannot imagine a man cave without a properly set home bar. The stone base of the L-shaped island allows for having 6 metal and wood bar stools, whose color matches the frame of this big round clock and the glossy granite countertop. The mysterious vibe is achieved with the crated arch doors and three pendant candle chandeliers. Finally, if you wonder what beverages are there to boost your spirits, you can look at the menu on the wall and refrain from asking unnecessary questions.
Although there are many distinctive features in this kitchen, it looks like there’s a perfect order inside the room. The dominant wood present in traditional cabinets match the island and the floating metal and wood bar stools. The granite surface on the steps leading to the island is also present at countertops.
These four metal and wood bar stools use every inch of space under the island with the ebony base and a glossy white countertop. The polished hardwood floor reflects the light provided by the gold pendant lamps in glass bulbs, and the handles of the ebony cabinets match their design/
Yet another idea of incorporating bar stools into other rooms. This time, it is the home office that takes the liberty of having metal and wood bar stools. The recycle bin is of the same material that the stools’ legs and cabinets handles, while the g-shaped granite ountertop is mat. The upper cabinets’ smokey glass hides their content so that there are no distracting features in this home office floored with dark chocolate hardwood.
These metal and wood bar stools with white seats look as if they were bought with the island. When your guests are waiting for you to finish the food preparation, you can give them one of the books in the right corner of the island to have them occupied for a while. The kitchen is endowed with exposed wood finishes and ventilation system so that they bring the rustic-industrial vibe into the room while keeping the high-ceiling kitchen far from looking empty. The designer took care of the layered lighting, with a personalized DIY chandelier hanging on the black chain.
Metal can be paired extremely well with wood and this rustic kitchen explains why. The stainless steel range hood and like stove correspond with metal handles and the bar stools with metal and wood finishes. The tile backsplash is divided with black lines, underlining the white floating shelves, on whitch there is glassware and plenty of spices.
Bar stools are generally associated with round shapes but the truth is that rectangle stools can make a fine complementary piece to the design puzzle, just like in the picture above. Although the vast area of this room is painted white (including the cabinets, tile backsplash and the island’s base), the black countertops and bar stools’ metal legs stay in the stark contrast to the kitchen’s general layout. The kitchen wouldn’t be so cohesive, but for the polished wood floor, as the floor matches the seats of the stools.
Transitional rooms are smoking hot in the contemporary interior design; this kitchen features traditional white cabinets, modern pendant lamps, and industrial metal and wood bar stools. As a whole, they all make perfect sense in the layout, as each material is present in, at least, one piece of furniture or appliance. The pendant lamps have dim pink shades, so the light they provide is not of such a great power; nonetheless, such a maneuver is very logical if we take a butcher’s at the large windows in the dishwashing section.
The marble countertops in this kitchen add a touch of luxury and elgance to this space, while these sturdy metal and wood bar stools provide a slightly rustic vibe to this transitional open layout. The room facilitates traffic flow with the right furniture arrangement. The dining room features four armchairs upholstered with natural fabrics and a round ebony coffee table. Despite the fact that the kitchen itself is not equipped with an impressive amount of storage, the dining room compensates its shortage with the massive standing cabinet with glass doors and drawers.
A transitional kitchen with a washed island’s based, navy-blue wooden cabinets, metal and wood bar stools, and a green tile backsplash.
White interiors have one major goal to attain – to reflect as much natural light as possible. This kitchen shows that you can easily do it by simply incorporating a large window over the sink that will bring sunlight to the space behind the glass. The glossy finishes, in the form of the tiled island base ad its gray granite countertop epower the efect to the limit. The kitchen is a traditional interior, with one modern feature – the three modern metal and wood bar stools under the island.
A traditional kitchen with tile backsplashes, tile floor, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The area is painted in warm and neutral colors, which creates a perfect environment for using bolder accent pieces. In this case, these are the modern-industrial bar stools that attract the attention and make a nice focal point along with the kitchen island with storage doors and a sink centerpiece.
Playing with contrasts is the universal way to provide your interior with both balance and style. There are various wooden finishes in this open layout, e.g. the light hardwood floor, the nougat dining table with matching chairs, and bamboo-like window frames. The layered lighting illuminates the room thoroughly, with halogen fixtures as a major lighting feature and the pendant lights illuminating the countertop to provide the owner with a more exact view of what’s going on in the food prep station.
A classy kitchen and living room with the rule of three applied to lighting fixtures and to the modern metal-and-wood bar stools. The floor is carpeted with a soft beige rug, which stays in the stark contrast to the washed hardwood floor and dark chocolate cabinets with metal handles. The compact bar in the corner allows one to have a glass of their favourite beverage while either preparing the food, or being on the other side, sitting on one of the bar stools and waiting for the feast to come. The open space has plenty of windows that bring tons of natural light both to the kitchen and the living room with the large brown sofa and the black fireplace column.