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Are kitchen bar stools any different from commercial (pubs/bars) bar stools?

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Essentially, there is no difference in the function of the stool; however the height varies slightly. Kitchen bar stools are 23-28 inches from floor to seat whereas commercial bar stools measure 29-32 inches.

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