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    Bar Height and Stool Height

    Is there a standard bar wall height that works good with stools? I have a sink base and a couple small cabinets on each side. With the countertop, it is 36" with a min. 3 1/2 inch backsplash. That's 39 1/2, then room for a plug (turned on its side in the bar wall). By the time this step-up bar gets done, the height is about 45 or 46 inches, which seems a little high to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alister Nickson View Post
    Is there a standard bar wall height that works good with stools? I have a sink base and a couple small cabinets on each side. With the countertop, it is 36" with a min. 3 1/2 inch backsplash. That's 39 1/2, then room for a plug (turned on its side in the bar wall). By the time this step-up bar gets done, the height is about 45 or 46 inches, which seems a little high to me.
    Honestly.... I have no idea what you're talking about... I'm useless at this kind of stuff, but you should speak to @Science - he's great at making rooms and he may be able to help you..

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    The common bar height stool includes a seat height of 28" for any standard 42" high bar. You can alter the height of the bar chair with caps or other means on the legs, but getting into and out of this chair will be difficult. Trickier getting away from after a couple of nips.

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    The common bar height stool includes a seat height of 28" for any standard 42" high bar. You can alter the height of the bar chair with caps or other means on the legs, but getting into and out of this chair will be difficult. Trickier getting away from after a couple of nips. We also use 42" as standard bar wall height. It basically works out as: 36" standard countertop height plus 6" standard backsplash height equals 42". Note that for people like us, 42" is most likely the wall height, so that the backsplash will fit with the finished countertop. A countertop boosts the overall finished height.

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    We also use 42" as standard bar wall height. It basically works out as: 36" standard countertop height plus 6" standard backsplash height equals 42". Note that for people like us, 42" is most likely the wall height, so that the backsplash will fit with the finished countertop. A countertop and bar chair boosts the overall finished height.

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    Idk why u talk about inches ,just use :fh (number) , 0,5 is a half
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