Bar Stool Gift For My Dad

January 21st, 2009

For Father’s Day this year, I decided to get my dad something beyond the customary tie or ceramic mug that says “#1 DAD!” I wanted to change it up. I was searching online for things I could possibly purchase for him. Electronics? Too expensive. Book? Too outdone. Wooden backless barstool? Yes!
The bar stool is such … READ MORE

How My Bar And Stools Make Me Cool

January 21st, 2009

As a well-seasoned bachelor, I like to fancy myself a little bit of James Bond and a little bit of George Clooney. I am an international man of refined tastes and many talents. People are often impressed that I can play more twenty-five instruments, including the didgeridoo. I have been to almost every country in … READ MORE

Upholster Your Kitchen Stools To Fit Your Lifestyle

January 21st, 2009

When you decorate your kitchen, you have a specific design scheme in mind. Why should your kitchen stools not follow suit? A lot of homeowners are buying their kitchen stools in their original natural state so that either the natural grain can shine through or the wrought iron can be exposed in its glory. Although … READ MORE

Leisure Time With Furniture Bar Stools

January 21st, 2009

It’s unfortunate that furniture bar stools aren’t as popular as they used to be. Perhaps it’s because they are often associated with the kind of furnishings you would see in the staid living room or on the veranda of an old person’s home. These associations aren’t necessarily true but it’s hard for me to not … READ MORE

Barstools for a Sarah Plain and Tall

January 21st, 2009

I am and have always been the tallest one in my class. At 6’2”, I feel like a giant among a world of midgets. As a girl, this was especially difficult to deal with because girls are not naturally this height. If they are, they are assumed to be either model-pretty or athletic–two things which … READ MORE

An Artist and His Swivel Bar Stools

January 21st, 2009

As an active painter, I am constantly moving. The kind of paintings that I do have been described as Jackson Pollock-esque. This means that I do abstract work by splattering and dripping different kinds of paint on a canvas. There is no visible figurative representation but just a general sensation that you can garner from … READ MORE

Counter Bar Stools For My New Diner

January 21st, 2009

I’m opening up a diner called “Rock Around the Clock” based on the Bill Haley and his Comets song. Everything in the diner will be designed around that theme. From the 50s décor to the guitars and clocks, I want it all to be very centered around this song and the feeling I felt when … READ MORE

Kitchen Bar Stools In My Kingdom

January 21st, 2009

My kitchen is the hub of all the activity that goes around in my home. I suppose that would make me some kind of head of state or monarch of this sovereignty that is my family. In my kitchen, I like to keep well-maintained rules that are obeyed dutifully. If this is the common room, … READ MORE

Commercial Bar Stools Are the End of Me

December 23rd, 2008

At "Sullivan’s", the pub that is down the street from my apartment, I’ve begun to see an unmistakable trend: people. I have been a regular since I’ve moved here several years ago. There were a maximum of thirty or so people including the employees who worked there on any given night. That’s the way I … READ MORE

Chrome Swivel Bar Stools for My Salon

December 23rd, 2008

I’m opening up a salon in near me called "Hair Today, Still Hair Tomorrow". It will be a modern and fresh alternative to the ugly, old-fashioned hair salons overpopulating my small town that are still convinced that Reagan is in office. Seriously, neon confetti designs never worked; nor will gheri-curls and frizz. I feel that … READ MORE