With its plush seat, covered by beautiful fabric, plus its rich finish and solid hardwood Amish construction, the Kimberly Bar Stool will greatly enhance the ambiance of your kitchen counter area or in-home bar.
So what does the Kimberly Bar Stool have going for itself beyond great looks? Superior construction. The best cabinetmakers in the Midwest are Amish men. And some of these skilled craftsmen painstakingly handcraft each bar stool. Also, these artisans wouldn’t think of using anything other than quality regional hardwoods. Like oak, maple, cherry, and hickory. (The unit shown is brown maple with OCS 228 stain). What’s more, our builders utilize woodworking skills that are handed down from their ancestors. So the bar stools you order will be incredibly sturdy and durable. Take proper care. And they’ll be in line to become family heirlooms.
We offer the Kimberly Bar Stool as shown or unfinished. Or, we can customize it to your preferences. Your choices include the wood species and finish. Also, you can choose from our vast selection of fabrics. Or, you might wish to go with leather or just plain hardwood.
You can complement the Kimberly Bar Stool with Kimberly dining chairs (side chairs and armchairs). Also, as an option to the fixed bar stool, you can spring for the Kimberly swivel chair.
After receiving your order, our builders will complete your furniture in five to nine weeks. At that time, you can pick up your bar stools at our ‘brick-and-mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Or we can ship it to your home anywhere in the continental United States.
How to Order the Kimberly Bar Stool
For a quote, click on the “Customize This Product” link. Then, tell us your choices for the wood species/finish and other options. Also, to make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button and check out the options for stains and finishes plus other features. Then click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. And if you’re relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana, visit our store to explore our wide assortment of quality, Amish-built, solid hardwood furniture for yourself.