Published at Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 - 02:41:59 AM. Bar Stools. By Genevieve Bigot.
There are thousands of attempts at bar stool design – meaning no bar stool designer has yet gotten it right. Bar stool design is a classic case of function forgotten by form. It is obvious to us, just by inspection (even more so by imperiling our posteriors), that bar stools are designed and selected for appearance – not for our comfort. Somewhere there has to be an annual international competition for ”The World’s Most Uncomfortable Bar stool.” Judges would sit designers in their own creations and observe their pained expressions to establish each bar stool’s discomfort index. A perennial winner must to be the grape-pattern cast iron bar stool: cast iron legs, cast iron seat, cast iron arms and cast iron back. It takes two people to move one of these horrors, and the discomfort index is just below ”The Iron Maiden” used in the Spanish Inquisition.
Another item to consider is the material the seat color will be made of. A cheap plastic seat might look OK, but after an extended period of seating it may cause you to sweat. Perhaps cool soft leather would be more to your liking. A third option is a simple wooden seat, which has the advantage of being very easy to keep clean.
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