Do something different with your bar stools, and maybe put some cowhide on them. That is too much work? No problem. We have a whole collection of cowhide bar stools that are soft and durable and will look very nice sidled up to your home bar, or the bar at your country saloon. So, take a look at this big ol' collection of cowhide bar stools and pick some for yourself.
Wood and Metal Cowhide Swivel Bar Stool
This bar stool has a wooden planked back and black steel frame as well as a cow hide upholstered seat for a contemporary style with a rural aesthetic. It has an impressive weight capacity of 300 lbs, and it has a scratch-resistant design for additional durability. If you want to make a new addition to your kitchen to make it a little more stylish, this stool is an excellent choice.
Metal and Faux Leather Adjustable Height Bar Stool
With soft brown and beige faux cowhide fabric and a semi-transparent metal finish, this bar stool offers the perfect crossover of contemporary and rural sensibilities. The metal frame makes it a sturdy and long-lasting piece of furniture that will make your home’s interior look better than ever. The dark weld marks and swivel seat make this stool quite impressive.
Dark Black and White Wood Traditional Bar Stool
The black and white cow print padded upholstery on this bar stool is both comfortable and stylish, sporting some fancy silver nail heads. There are foot rails to keep yourself steady while you are sitting in this chair so it doesn’t wobble around. The wood frame of this stool is very sturdy and will undoubtedly hold up for many years.
Backless Black Cow Print Bar Stool
This square backless bar stool has an attractive cow print plush upholstery on top with plenty of padding to keep you comfortable. The wood legs have a black finish, so they go extremely well with the animal print upholstery. There are leg rests that you can use to keep yourself balanced while sitting on this stool.
Ivory and Espresso Microfiber Wood Bar Stool
Made from incredibly soft microfiber material, this bar stool has an espresso base and ivory/brown seat color for a modern rural look that is absolutely beautiful. The solid wood construction of this chair means that it has a very durable frame. The nailhead trim on this chair really makes it an elegant piece of furniture that you should consider buying.
Brown Wood Bar Stool with Ivory/ Brown Fabric
The polyester ivory and brown fabric of the seat on this stool is extremely soft and comfortable to sit on. Made out of solid hardwood, the frame is as sturdy as durable as you could ever hope for with this type of furniture. The finish of the wood compliments the animal print upholstery nicely, and it is an excellent addition to any kitchen.
Black and Beige Bar Stool with Silver Nailhead
Adorned with silver nailhead trim on the seat as well as black and white cow print polyester upholstery, this bar stool has a sturdy rubber wood frame along with foot rails to promote stability. It sits on four legs with a weight capacity of just under 300 lbs. This stool is the perfect addition to anyone’s kitchen with its traditional design.
Cowhide bar stools invite patrons, family or friends to pull up a seat and “plant it right thar, pardner.” Both cowhide and barstools come in a variety of patterns and types.
Although some types of cattle are raised specifically for their hides, cowhide is a natural outgrowth of the beef industry. Hides that are to be used are earmarked immediately and given a specific tanning method that will help keep the hide supple, give it an appealing tanned-leather aroma, and keep the hair on the skin. Cowhides can range from white through a series of dappled shades into brown, reddish brown or black. They can also be dyed to resemble the skins of other animals, although that is usually reserved for lesser quality skins.
Bar stools come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from a simple, four-legged stood with braces and a round top for seating to stools that are mounted on elaborate, adjustable legs of varying sorts and tops that more closely resemble a dining room chair than the humble seat usually referred to as a stool. They are often upholstered for greater comfort. The upholstery can be cloth, leather or – of course – cowhide.
Seat your buckaroos in your ranch-style breakfast corner on a basic bar stool, upholstered with white and liver speckled cowhide. Now, before you get your chaps in a twist, “liver” in this case refers to a reddish-brown color, which is natural on several different breeds of cow. In the frontier spirit of honoring a creature by using every inch of it except the “moo,” this cowhide seat speaks of natural frugality.
You can dress up that basic frontier stool in a lot of different ways. Make it a little sturdier and give it a wider seat by making the top rectangular instead of round. Instead of a basic cowhide with slick hair, go for a fuzzier (and maybe comfier) seat, which can come in dappled, spotted, white, brown or black.
While the really posh old-time saloons were more likely to go in for suede or damask, a mid-range hostelry might provide guests with a better seat than the basic bar stool. It could include a back, a shaped seat for greater sitting comfort, or fastening the edges of the leather with carefully wrought metal studs. Those are options available to you, too, in your quest for comfort as well as authenticity. You can even modernize it with chrome, just like the stools in a drug store soda fountain, only with cowhide seats instead of regular leather or faux leather.
A well-tanned cowhide will last for many years. Eventually, the hair might become a little worn, but that will only lend itself to authenticity. It can be cleaned. The basic technique is to sponge up any liquid spills as quickly as possible. Scrape off any hard stuff, going in the direction of the hair. Then spritz it with a mild cleaner approved for furry leather. Rub the fur in all sorts of directions to get the last of the spill or stain out, then using a soft brush, groom the hair in the direction in which it grew naturally. Allow it to dry away from sunlight or strong heat.
Custom-made kitchen countertop for creation of homebar. Traditional, western ranch style makes it interesting and one of a kind. Chairs from reclaimed wood make the place both cosy and eco-friendly. Decorations and illumination add to the warm feeling inside this kitchen.
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Bar stool in industrial style. Base with height adjustment function is made of metal and reinforced with support ring. Round seat is made of wood. Suitable for residential and commercial premises.
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Black and white cow patches have been popular not only in cowboy interiors for years. They look great in classic modern cowhide bar stools with a semi-circular base, leather from the inside and a beaded imitation of cow leather from the outside.
Set of four 1970s chrome cowhide bar stools
This solid bar stool features a durable chrome frame with a convenient footrest. Its seat and backrest areas are cushioned for more comfort. They look attractive and natural thanks to their cowhide patterns.
Deliver a rustic vibe to your kitchen area that every true wrangler would appreciate: thanks to cowhide padding, curved hammered legs and flat iron outlining, this backrest-equipped barstool has a unique old world charm.
Unique bar stool in modern form. Base is made of metal and reinforced with solid supports. Seat and back is upholstered with soft material with animal theme. Suitable for residential and commercial premises.
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This unique design makes you feel great, pay particular attention to ocean blue tiles, marble top, and original bar stools. Subtle lighting and bright colors with dark details create a unique whole.
This bar stool is a comfortable and durable element of furniture that features a natural look thanks to its cowhide upholstery in the seat and backrest. Wooden frame of this stool includes four solid legs that enhance stability.
Rustic style barstools having frames of metal finished in black. A stool has thin straight square section legs and crisscrossed seat supports. A square padded seat is covered with genuine light brown and white cowhide.
With the cowhide upholstery on the seat this bar stool is simply a perfect choice for all those, who want a vintage boost of style for their home bar, while the piece ensures maximum stability and no wobbling.
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My mum is a big fan of country style, so she bought these bar stools. They've got a cowhide backs and leather upholstery on seats, nail head trims and wooden frames. They look awesome with classic, wooden, brown kitchen island.
Durable, comfortable and pretty bar stools with solid metal frames in shiny finish. These pieces of furniture include comfortable seats with cow hide upholstery. They look very natural and they offer ring footrests for enhanced comfort.
Two-toned brown rubber wood bar stool with custom padding (here: snake skin patterned green for backrest and brown leather for seat), round cushioned seat, scrolled armrests and old gold nailheads trim accent.
If you want to bring more country accents into your bar area, you may want to check this fantastic bar stool. Includes a sculptural steel frame with nylon glides, and a cowhide-patterned seat with top-stitched seams.
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