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Having a center island within a kitchen is currently one of the hottest trends in interior design. In fact, it is so common that it is almost a given that a new house or a remodeled kitchen space will have a center island. Because of this, the demand for bar stools to place underneath it is often a necessity. For some with smaller spaces, a kitchen bar area may be the only place where people can gather for meals. In either case, it is important to find the right bar seats for the area to make sure it functions optimally. Find bar stool sets of 4 and more that will fit in your space today.

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What Does Modern Mean?

“Modern” has been used for years in the interior design sphere and is usually considered a decor style in high demand, but what most don’t know is that it is one of the most misunderstood design styles. As it happens, the terms "modern" and "contemporary" are often used interchangeably, but the two are quite different despite having similar connotations.

Modern is a design style that gained popularity during the early to the mid-20th century with roots in German and Scandinavian design. On the other hand, contemporary design refers to an ever-changing style of the present day. Contemporary design will likely look very different in 100 years than it does now because it is constantly evolving, while modern design will maintain its defining characteristics. But what exactly are these defining features that distinguish modern from contemporary?
  • Modern design features clean lines and minimal decor: Unlike the heavy textures and dramatic elements of the Renaissance and Victorian styles that preceded it, modern design favors no-fuss crisp lines over curves and zero clutter.
  • Modern design is neutral: It demands a more neutral palette of white, beiges, and even shades of grey because it incorporates the use of natural materials. It can incorporate color accents so long as it is used sparingly and the colors lean towards earthy tones.
  • Modern design is open and airy: Abundance of natural light, unadorned windows, and as few walls as possible. Furniture is used to create the visual distinction between rooms and must have a purpose.

Variations of modern design have come up over time, such as post-modern design and surrealism, but all of these keep with the main elements of clean silhouettes, open spaces, and minimalist themes.

Contemporary Bar Stools: Top Styles

Yes, believe it or not,counterstools can be used as accent pieces for your home. They come in all shapes and sizes and are especially handy for defining the kitchen space in open-plan set-ups. If you’re aiming for a mix of modern and contemporary for your home, here are some of the best bar stools for modern interiors to get you started on your search:

Industrial or Mixed Material Stools

Combining metal and wood, or metal and upholstery gives this style of modern barstools gritty, masculine edge that works well with modern style. The more industrial it looks, the more eclectic. For those who prefer soft, yet still clean, lines, a mix of thin legs and simple upholstery also provides a clean and sophisticated look.

Metal

Like industrial modern barstools,all-metal stools are simple and functional — as modern style necessitates. But metal bar stools are anything but basic. There are a wide variety of finishes available in the market. You can work with everything from brass, white-painted metal, or brushed nickel to find one that blends or accentuates your kitchen decor.

Pedestal Bar Stool

Pedestal bar stools have one single supporting pole underneath the seat, making it a great option for those looking for a minimalist, modern