Shopping is not for the faint hearted.

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Our search for 30 inch tall bar chairs has begun.

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And it’s not going well.

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24 inch counter height chairs abound.

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But apparently no one else (builds a two story barn with a farmer’s porch for storage, decides they rather have a spectacular man cave, spends endless months and thousands of dollars making it attractive, contracts out construction of a full bar and) needs taller than normal chairs.

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11 furniture stores later?

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Liquid sustenance at our local pub, and the husband came home with these instead.

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I’m seriously beginning to wonder if he’s going to live out there.

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23 thoughts on “Shopping is not for the faint hearted.”

    1. Kitchen counter and high top table chairs are 24 inches to the seat. Traditional bar/pub chairs are 30 inches and apparently not popular. As for the cake, if you think I’m baking out there you haven’t been paying attention!
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  1. Buy 24 inch tall chairs and put them on a 6 inch bar side platform. And watch the hijinks as people (in a rush to visit the non-existent bathroom) step out of the chairs, fall off the platform, and have to use the motorized scooter to get out to their cars once they sober up.

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  2. Good luck with the chair hunt. We have a “bar-height” kitchen table and the associated chairs are past their expiration date (lots of stains, because people are essentially sloppy animals). We’ve been looking for replacements for a while now, to no avail. Keep my posted on your quest, as we are at the desperation point… 😉

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