Bar stools can come in many sizes and designs but ultimately you will find that most designs will have either 3 or 4 legs. The number of legs has implications for stability as well as the design aspect.
Here is an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of both which will help you make the right decision when choosing the right bar stool for your space.
To summarise, the choice between 3-legged and 4-legged bar stools depends on your preferences, the aesthetic you want to achieve, and the practical considerations of the space. Three-legged stools often appeal to those seeking a modern and space-saving design, while four-legged stools prioritise stability and versatility in various settings. Consider the specific needs of your space and the potential user base when making your decision.