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Got a strange order last week for 4 barstools 36" seat hieght, She gave me a picture of a stool in a room of furniture so it was fun figuring this one out .... Asked the lady 4 times are Ya sure 36" high and was told yes, so I made one and gave it to them and order changed to 32" high, still pretty tall but hey Give them what they want. Delivered the stools ( had to see why wanted so tall) and they were very happy. There bar is 45" high my curiosity is over

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Got a strange order last week for 4 barstools 36" seat hieght, She gave me a picture of a stool in a room of furniture so it was fun figuring this one out .... Asked the lady 4 times are Ya sure 36" high and was told yes, so I made one and gave it to them and order changed to 32" high, still pretty tall but hey Give them what they want. Delivered the stools ( had to see why wanted so tall) and they were very happy. There bar is 45" high my curiosity is over
Here in Ontario, I find more and more high stools and now kitchen tables and chairs with long legs. I think, being an arthritic geriatric myself, that they are much easier to get up from then the traditional shorter chairs.
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32" is a nice height to slide off of to a standing position, but 36" was kinda hard to get on especially for me since it above my belt

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32" is a nice height to slide off of to a standing position, but 36" was kinda hard to get on especially for me since it above my belt
Oh right! I forgot not everyone has a 37" inseam length. Maybe your client is tall also ?
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