Windsor counter stool in antique style with a modern swivel seat

Windsor Counter Stools

Wendy C. in California told us how she came to buy the Windsor counter stools we shipped to her recently. She is a very smart shopper! Wendy did what we keep hearing so many retailers lament about. She “showroomed” or shopped on her smartphone while browsing for Windsor counter stools in a bricks and mortar store near her home in Trabuco Canyon.

Windsor counter stool in antique style with a modern swivel seatWendy found the same brand-new, high-quality counter stool in the Windsor style by Woodbridge Furniture Company on our website, but our price was better! She gave us a call and decided she was willing to wait for us to ship a pair of stools because of the savings. Remember: we offer free shipping on all items! Wendy also liked the idea of buying directly from a “mom and pop” store on Main Street. Even though we have a virtual gallery on the web, we are indeed a family-run business here at our Main Street store in Newberry, South Carolina. Without big city overheads, we can offer antique and high-quality reproduction furniture at a small-town price. That’s why Wendy found our Woodbridge Windsor counter stool was so much cheaper. We’re glad she found us too!
Windsor counter stool in our client's kitchen

Counter Stools Done Right

Here is the pair of swivel seat Windsor counter stools in Wendy’s lovely kitchen. The stools match perfectly with her Windsor dining chairs. They look exceptional against the dark veining in the counter top. Although the stools look authentically antique, they’ve got built-in modern convenience as the carved saddle seat turns on a heavy-duty swivel mechanism. This stool is also available as a Windsor bar height stool.

Windsor counter stool in our client's California kitchenThe curve of the counter stool works beautifully with the curve of Wendy’s kitchen counter and the wood tone blends with the cabinets. The stools also accent the curvy silhouette of the white lidded bowl and the elegant light fixtures.  Windsor style chairs and stools originated in Great Britain, as you might guess. The basic spindle back design like wheel spokes was seen by the 16th century. However, a more sophisticated version became easier to craft during the 18th century, when steam was used to create the bow-back typical of the chairs. The earliest chairs made in this way came from the small town of Windsor, in Berkshire, England. (Windsor is also quite well-known for its castle!) The name stuck.
Thanks to Wendy for letting us take a peek inside her kitchen – it’s a beauty!

Other Available Styles

Whether you’re in the market for furniture styles such as French Country, Louis XV, Art Deco, Louis XVI, French Provincial, Antique French or French Country style, we’ve got pieces that can enhance your interior design. Each of these pieces is crafted from solid wood and quality upholstery to ensure you’re adding top-tier goods to your home decor. Whether you’re in the market for shabby chic or 19th century antique furniture, we’ve got you covered. 

These counter stools are generally places in customers’ dining rooms or kitchens. However, they can also be used with the right dining table, in the living room, or even bedroom! These would also look lovely beside a side table, coffee table, console table, or end table. Some of them are so soft you could almost use one as an ottoman! Other seating options include loveseats, chaise seating, side chairs and more!

EuroLuxHome.com is proud to bring you a wide selection of luxury antique furniture. From accent chairs to sideboards to armoires, chandeliers, headboards and more, our products are selected to impress. Looking for a writing desk with cabriole legs, a bookcase from france, or some French Country Furniture?

Aimee owns EuroLuxHome.com with her best friend, Greg.  Aimee sources amazing antique furniture, vintage lighting, & high-quality reproduction furniture to help her customers decorate their homes in a unique way.  She loves her 8 (you read that right) fuzzy children and is renovating a 1920s bungalow in South Carolina. Connect with or you can sign up here to receive this blog in your inbox.

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