Chairs are essential when we have guests at home to eat. That is why we must choose chairs that are comfortable but also that adapt to the style of our house and not out of place. A counter chairs is between 29 and 30 inches tall. A standard kitchen countertop is 36 inches off the floor. When you try to pull a normal bar of stool up that counter, you will have only about six inches of leg room to slide under the counter. This might work for young children in your family, but it will not be comfortable for many adults. A counter-height stool is the solution.
The stool seat of the counter height is 24 to 26 inches from the ground, which gives you plenty of legroom. If you already have stools that are bar height, trim your legs to accommodate your counter. To make to make a bar stools, determine what height you want your stool. Measure your existing stools and subtract that necessary height. This will give you the amount of the leg that should taken out of your stool height. Second, measure one leg of the floor chair according to its measurements.
Mark the leg of the chair where it should be cut. Measure the leg from the mark to the seat cushion of the chair. The measurement should be between 24 and 26 inches. Third, place a piece of scrap wood up to the leg of the chair that is marked. Make a mark on the waste wood that matches this length. Cut the piece of wood with the circular saw. This piece of waste wood will be your guide for cutting the four legs. Using a guide will avoid measurement errors and will keep the legs from being uneven. Fourth, keep the waste wood guide up to each leg. Mark each stool leg that corresponds to the length of the waste wood.
Fifth, light the chair on its side and cut each leg according to the marks. Sixth, sand each leg of the chair with fine-grained sandpaper to smooth the raw wood. Clean the sanding dust with a damp cloth. Seventh, place rubber seat cushions or rubber studs on the bottom of each leg of the top quality bar stools. These to protect the floor from scratches and to make the legs look finished. Tips and warnings, for metal chairs you will need a carbide tip of saw blade on your circular saw.
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