Hillsdale Furniture is one of the leading companies in home furnishings with a huge catalog and something for everyone in every style, for every room. They pride themselves on getting your purchases to you quickly and making your home beautiful after it arrives. We are adding more of their catalog every week, their massive bar stool collection and bedroom sets of every style easily have the highest demand.
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Hillsdale Camelot II Swivel Bar Stool
Finished in rich black gold and featuring a neutral and versatile fabric seat on the 360 degree swivel barstools as well as intricate castings on the back with a twist rope design.
Black gold finish with dark beige faux suede seat
Intricate castings in a twist rope design
360 degree swivel
Camelot II Swivel Bar Stool - 46H x 21W x 18D - Weight: 27 lbs
Bar Stool Seat Height: 30"
Camelot II Swivel Counter Stool - 41H x 21W x 18D - Weight: 26 lbs
Counter Stool Seat Height:26"
Recommended Care for your Bar Stools
The manufacturer recommends that you dust frequently using a clean cloth, or dust attracting cloth, this will prevent grime build up. Do not use water on leather sections of your bar stool as water can ruin the leather upholstery. Do not use wax or abrasive cleaners. These can damage the finish. For leather sections use leather cleaner and always follow the instruction on the cleaner bottle.
Bar Stool Buying Guide
The height we recommend for your barstool depends on the height of the counter or table that you are pairing them with. Ideally you want 11”-13” of space between the seat and the table so your guests can sit comfortably.
Bar Height of 41”- 43” Stool Seat height – 29” – 32”
Bar Height of 44” to 47” Stool Seat Height 33” – 36”
How many bar stools should I get?
The number of bar stools you need for your bar completely depends on how much room you are trying to fill. A good rule to follow is to take the length of your bar in inches and divide by 24”. You should have 24” of space for each bar stool that you have regardless of space. Ex. A 10’ counter will need five bar stools.