Luxury Bar Stools

All items can be produced in any colour, finish, size or fabric




High End Luxury Upholstered Bar Stool

High End Luxury Upholstered Bar Stool


Bespoke, Designer Bar Stools

Our collection of luxury bar stools takes inspiration from a number of interesting areas and includes classical designs, European designs, as well as Art Deco styles of the jazz age. You’ll also find clean, contemporary lines to suit the modern urban interior.

The range also includes a small selection of wall-mounted bars, giving an opulent, designer look to even the smallest of spaces.

Each one  can be created from a range of fabrics and finishes, allowing you to create something truly unique. You can also specify your own fabrics..

Taking you from cocktails to an after-dinner coffee, the beautifully designed luxury bar stools from Juliettes Interiors can add some real class and comfort to your home. See also our luxury barware collection to complete the look.

Visit Juliettes Interiors London showroom on the Kings Road to fully appreciate the quality of our luxury furniture. Discover how we can transform your home, or advise on specific items to complement your existing pieces. *

We also offer a range of luxury interior design services to suit the varying needs of all our customers.

*As a lot of our products are bespoke made, if you have a specific product in mind, please contact us prior to visiting the showroom.


How Long Should a Bar Be for 3 Stools?

A 6ft bar should be a long enough to fit 3 average bar stools underneath. If your bar can accommodate seating on both sides, you’ll be able to fit 6 average bar stools underneath.

What Are the Two Types of Bar Stools?

The two different types of bar stools that exist are bar stool chairs and backless bar stools. The main difference between these two bar stools is that one has a back support and the other doesn’t.

Are Bar Stools Good for Your Back?

In comparison to chairs, bar stools can be more beneficial for your back and posture. This is because they help you place your feet under your body, allowing you to have your spine in a straight position. This is a healthy position that can even help you focus more.

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