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Need Some Ideas!!!!
Arranged To Sell, LLC
December 1, 2012 in Design Dilemma
We recently gave our kitchen a much needed makeover!

Here is a before and after:


Now I need to figure out what kind of bar stools to get. I'm looking for any ideas. I'm leaning towards a sea grass style like the ones Pottery Barn has. Thinking they would give the room texture and some warmth.

Thanks for any help and advice!
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I like the seagrass ones. If you want to go for something unusual, take a look at the Toledo Stool on Restoration Hardware. I think with the stainless you have in your kitchen, you could do something like that as well. You did a beautiful job on the remodel.
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Arranged To Sell, LLC
Thanks so much for the suggestion! We are very happy with the results of our kitchen and very happy to say we did it ourselves! Helps to have a handy husband with a workshop!
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Tell me about it. You find a hubby like that, you have a real treasure. We just recently built a new house and hubby built all of our cabinets and even designed our kitchen. I told him what I wanted and then he put his twist on it. Came out so good I brag on him every time I show someone through the house.
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