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Richardson Seating is the main supplier of our commercial bar stools.  We prefer to work with Richardson because they are located in Chicago and make quality products.  All of their furniture is commercial grade which means it will last in a restaurant or in your home. Richardson Seating was founded in 1975 so it has
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Decorating and equipping a nightclub or bar takes imagination, creativity, and a solid sense of what is good-looking, practical, and cost-effective, as well as hard-wearing and long-lasting. You want your patrons to feel comfortable, enjoy the ambiance, and ultimately spend time and money in your establishment. So, it’s a no-brainer that choosing the best bar
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For a restaurant business to succeed it is imperative that both the food and service are good. Reasonable pricing is another important factor and so are cleanliness and décor. More specifically, a good restaurant will have its own special ambiance that is created with color, lighting, furniture, and finishing touches that might include art, collectibles,
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Have you ever noticed how different bar stools are in different commercial establishments? It shouldn’t really be a surprise, because, like all types of furniture, commercial bar stools are available in a wide array of designs. There are different heights. There are some bar stools with backs and many without backs. Some swivel, some don’t.
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Bar stools come in all shapes and sizes, with backs, without backs, with swivel mechanisms, and sometimes with various other design features including arms and footrest rails. But if the height of your bar stool doesn’t match the height of the counter or bar it is used with, you’re going to lose customers. Exactly the
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As a bar stool manufacturer and retailer of high-quality bar stools, individuals oftentimes ask: when it comes to bar stool furniture, what exactly does Commercial-Quality mean? Commercial quality generally is meant to imply that the products can withstand commercial (retail or mass) use.  Much like other retail products, bar stools should not breakdown after short-term use.  In
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