All of our bar, counter, and island stools require some assembly but still less than an imported product. You can ask us for the service assembly instructions since it is offered for many of them.
Your custom bar, counter, and island stools are designed and made only for an indoor residential use.
Our custom bar, counter, and island stools can support up to 300 lbs.
At Stools Canada, we place a premium on the design and production of safe furniture. Our safety standards are among the highest in the industry. Our lead-free paints meet U.S. CPSIA and Health Canada regulations, and the particle board and MDF used to manufacture our products meet California formaldehyde emission limits (CARB), the most stringent in North America. So our customers know they can use their bar, counter, or island stools in confidence.
We recommend allowing 22" to 25" of space for each bar, counter or island stool. Be sure to reserve more space for swivel stools or stools with arms.
The inherent characteristics of these finishes allow the darkening of the construction welds and seams to show through, which makes each piece truly unique.
A) Color variations: Paint thickness variation is inherent to our paint application process. The differences in paint thickness cause color variations, which may vary from a light copper tint to a dark brown on the same product. These color changes provide to this finish a warm and unique look.
B) Visible welds: When welding, metal heats up and darkens. Dark spots may be visible around welds, as well as on the face of a sheet metal part opposite to a weld.
C) Weld seam along tubes: A continuous black line may appear along a tube. This is the area where the steel was welded to become a tube. The tube weld seam may appear on any given face of a tube or of a product.
D) Zinc components: Some products have zinc decorative components. Zinc parts are generally of a lighter color than the rest of the steel product.
Celebrating character marks, knots and contrasting wood grain, distressed solid birch blends incredibly well with steel, providing an authentic and unique look to every product.
Manual characteristics that will appear on distressed solid wood components:
- Nail holes
- Simulated worm holes
- Tool mark
- Screw mark
- Chain impact
Natural characteristics that may appear on distressed solid wood components:
- Deep mark
- Repaired knot
- Deep knot
- Multiples cracks
- Long crack
No. A lot of the fabrics do not require a fabric protector (ex. Scotchguard*TM) due to their waterproof characteristics: the PVC’s, bonded leathers, polyurethanes and some nylon velvets. The others can be cleaned easily.