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Transform your home bar with these creative DIY bar chair ideas. Discover how to make unique and stylish bar chairs that will add a personal touch to your space.
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Today I am sharing how I made some AWESOME counter height chairs or bar stools! These are for a client and match a dining room table and benches I made for her. I can’t wait to see the complete set altogether. This design is a simple way to make chairs… the joinery is mostly butt joints and with co

Melissa Klundt

These tall pub chairs look great, whether you have them sitting at a counter or pair them with a pub table (which we’ll show you in another project plan). Plus, the chairs are comfortable thanks to the shaped seat and angled back. Neither of these great features makes the chairs difficult to build.

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How to Build a High Chair: This is a step by step tutorial on how to build a high chair. The seat is 28" off the ground and the top of the chair is right at 4'. This is the perfect size for a 42" island! Watch the video if you need any help throughout the process!

Marta Bassotti
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Some friends wanted High Adirondack chairs for their deck. I took a look at these plans and thought I would build them a couple this is the first one. I modified the plans and used mostly 1x4 instead of 1x3 pressure treated lumber. The the chair turned out nice the next couple I make however I'll raise the arms up a little bit and add a couple inches to the back. I also modified the seat making it just flat instead of curved

David Ford