Counter height stools are excellent seats tools for kitchens with breakfast bars or home bars in the living and dining rooms. These stools are not fixed; you can move them to create new seats and add capacity for parties and events. Putting back on the back of each lever makes the stool more comfortable and supportive, encouraging people sitting in them to make them comfortable and stay longer. You can build stools with backs to fit any size or height of countertops.
Build counter height stool, Stand up four 2-by-2-by-36-inch posts at their ends, with the help of an assistant to hold the posts in place in a 16-inch square. Set a 1-to-18-by-18-inch board on top of the support plate to transport the stool is. Drill four holes up to provide support and governance in the stool. Attach the seat to the support plate by screwing one-inch wood screws up through the support board and the chair.
Keep two 1-by-2-by-12-inch boards evenly between each pair of legs on the counter height stool, with this brief support board’s perpendicular to the posts of the stool. Insert two 1-by-2-by-20-inch boards evenly against an edge of the seat plate, with a large side flush against the seat. Drill two holes in each of these boards and backrest support through in the seat board. Two 1-of-4-by-18-inch plates evenly across the front side of the backrest support plates so that the large side faces with these plates and they are perpendicular to them.