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Saddle Seat Espresso Counter Stool


John Thomas Furniture Whitewood Furniture

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24″ Tall Counter Height Stool in Espresso

Saddle Seat Espresso Counter Stool

The Saddle Seat Stool has a comfortable curved seat design.  The solid wood stool has a contemporary style. They’re sturdy and made of solid wood.

This Stool comes in one size and is already finished ready to go.

  • 24 inch counter stool
  • Fits any 36″ tall dining table or counter

Note: Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipping of your stools.   Custom finishing service is available in unlimited finishes.  Please call for our current palette. 512-451-0213  

Real wood, not fake wood

Real wood has a strength that stands the test of time.

We proudly use real wood unlike our competitors who use particle board (also called MDF) that is covered in a laminate (plastic that has a wood look). If any part of the laminate or veneer peels away, the exposed particle board will crumble. The moisture expands the particle board and is not repairable.

Furniture in the Raw represents real wood, built to last.

Parawood grows on Malaysian plantations where it’s primary use is latex production.  The beauty and hardness for furniture was discovered to be the perfect source for this tree that was previously burned.  

This “Eco Friendly” tree is harvested for furniture after the latex yields become low, in about 25 to 30 years.  The parawood tree is a renewable option and a smart, affordable choice. 

Design Tips

The difference between a bar stool and a counter stool often confuses people. A bar stools has an average 30 inch seat height for a 42″ tall counter. A counter stool has an average 24 inch seat height and your counter is about 36″ tall.

Make sure that your bar stool height or counter stool will match the height of your counter, cafe or bistro table.

Just as you would space the chairs of your dining room table for ideal comfort, you should also space your bar chairs and counter stools. Bar owners try to avoid crowding too many bar stools together to keep patrons from finding an elbow in their face, and to avoid this, there is an industry standard: Allow 26 to 30 inches between the centers of each bar stool. This provides enough room for your guests and family to eat and socialize.

Options and features

  • Solid wood
  • Finished in Rich Espresso
  • Ships assembled


  • 24 inch counter stool dimensions: 24″ high