Leather seats, particularly leather bar stools, were once only available to the wealthy and famous or were kept hidden away in elite private men's clubs. Politicians, doctors, powerful business people, and other power brokers visit these types of clubs.
Leather furniture provides a touch of class, and these stools are now affordable to a growing number of families and companies.
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Leather stools are getting increasingly popular these days. They can be found in middle-class households and relatively ordinary commercial endeavors. Leather furniture makes a lot of sense in many ways. These bar stools are not only comfy but spills can usually be cleaned up with a moist towel.
Leather is also quite durable, extending the life of your bar stool by several years. There are more affordable leather bar stools made with inferior or B grade leather, but Grade A or first quality leather bar stools can last for years.
Leather bar stools can be found in a variety of hues. These stools come in a variety of colors, which I own. Stools that are made to order can be made in any color you like. The barstool's legs can also be coated in leather, although that thin leather isn't particularly robust and is easily torn by the heels of shoes.
For the stools' legs, it is suggested that you use a natural wood stain. Heavy-duty paint is the second-best option, but be prepared to touch up the legs every six months.
Cushioned stools are more comfortable, although they may not last as long as wooden stools. A leather sling version of these stools is also available.