Got new (to me) barstools



Changed out the modern barstools we've had for 6 years. They were ok, but not fitting in with the traditional atmosphere that I'm leaning toward.



















These are what I replaced them with - study wood ones with backs. I had to get them from 2 different sellers on Craigslist because I needed 5 and most sellers only had 2 or 3. I really love these and they're very comfortable and easy to slide in and out of because of the smooth wooden seat. I like that they are in 2 different designs - it's not so "matchy-matchy" that way. I love Craigslist!

7 comments:

Cathy said...

Thanks for stopping by and entering into my One World-One Hear Giveaway! I spent some time looking at your blog today and plan to come back. I love the cabinet ideas, I have been thinking more and more about painting mine! Looking forward to seeing if/how you do yours!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

I like the change...looks great!

Industrioushead said...

Hi Shirl,
Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering the drawing. I can't agree with you more; I love being at home and a home business is what I dream of. Yours, Emily

Jen r. said...

I love the way the bar stools look!

Shanda said...

hello and thanks for stopping by. I am also from the bootheel. I lived south of Cape for 33 years until I moved up here 2000. I went to school in a little town called delta and I once worked in Sikeston Mo. Where are you close to? I bet we may know some of the same people. I love to meet fellow Mo bloggers. I am actually going home in the next month to see my folks. I love to go home. That will always be my home. Wide open spaces and corn fields you can see for miles in. I have a post called where I'm from on my blog archives. You may be interested to read it. It will have alot of "home" in it for you too. Shanda

Shanda said...

OMG!!!! I am just so excited to meet someone on here and all by accident. Maybe its not really. the lord works in mysterious ways ya know. I have a lot of family who live in Advance now. I think I remember your sister. In grad in 1985 with the dinasours, I think she was quite abit younger than me. I know right where your dads cafe was. They later converted it into an apartment and I think my brother might have lived there for a short while upon returning from the army. It is such a small world isn't it. I am near Jefferson city now. So nice to find you here.
Shanda

Andry said...

Great collections modern bar stool for your kitchen.