We’ve posted on counter stools before; now we turn our attention to the classic bar stool—most are available in both bar and counter heights.

Above: Designed and handmade in Rhinebeck, New York, the Sawkille Co. Tall Stool comes in a range of woods, finishes, and heights. Contact Sawkille Co. for price and ordering information.
The Turner Gunmetal Adjustable Backless Bar Stool is $9.99 to $
Above: The Turner Gunmetal Adjustable Backless Bar Stool is $179.99 to $229 at Crate & Barrel.
The simple Bay Stool, shown here in white oak, is $479 at Room & Board.
Above: The simple Bay Stool, shown here in white oak, is $479 at Room & Board.
Designed by Michael Thonet, the Era Stool, shown in white, is $8. at Design Within Reach.
Above: Designed by Michael Thonet, the Era Stool, shown in white, is $208.25 at Design Within Reach.
The Menu Afteroom Barstool with Wood Seat is $9.95 at Horne.
Above: The Menu Afteroom Barstool with Wood Seat is $239.95 at Horne.
The Ercol Originals Stool is $348.50 at Design Within Reach.
Above: The Ercol Originals Stool is $348.50 at Design Within Reach.
The Philippe Starck Emeco Stool is $445 at Hive.
Above: The Philippe Starck Emeco Stool is $445 at Hive.
Designed by Craig Bassam, the Tractor Stool in walnut is $loading=
Above: Designed by Craig Bassam, the Tractor Stool in walnut is $1,345 at Design Within Reach.
The IKEA Råskog Bar Stool is $34.99.
Above: The IKEA Råskog Bar Stool is $34.99.
Designed by Jean Prouvé and available through Vitra, the Prouvé Tabouret Haut Stool is $loading=
Above: Designed by Jean Prouvé and available through Vitra, the Prouvé Tabouret Haut Stool is $1,100 at Hive.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 8, 2012.

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