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Hanging Chairs

"Do those chairs hang from the countertop?  Is the countertop reinforced to hold the chair up?"  The answer to both questions is no.  Seating Innovations' snack bar stools do not require modification to the countertop  The suspended seating system is freestanding and mounts directly to the floor.  The cantilever frame system is typically concealed behind the finish panel and underneath the footrest, thus giving the illusion of chairs hanging from the countertop.
Standard frame installation
Kitchen snack bar legless seating, oil rubbed bronze finish, ladderback chair, standard frame

Pivotal Seats

Island bars are designed for convenience in mind; whether for breakfast, lunch, snacks or entertaining.  Our snack bar chairs take convenience to a new level since the stools won't tip over, scratch the floor or break.  They rotate and pivot away from the bar with easy access for kids as well as adults.
Inverted frame installation
Kitchen bar with hanging stools, stainless steel finish, waterbury chair, inverted frame

Snack Bar Stools

The focus of remodeling is to upgrade/update a kitchen with new cabinets, appliances, countertops and fixtures.  Adding suspended seating to a remodeling project will provide a distinctive new look and organization to the kitchen. Suspended seating can be designed to match the new decor with the variety of options in colors, chair styles and seating systems.  Homeowners appreciate the value of suspended seating that is always organized, eases cleaning and minimizes damage to countertops and floors.
Retrofit frame installation
Kitchen hanging bar chairs, stainless steel finish, contessa chair, standard frame

Suspended Chairs

Built-in desk seating by Seating Innovations is revolutionary.  Like all our products, it has built-in arm and seat stops which minimize chair collisions with the countertop.  The chair return design brings the empty chair back to a resting position.  We use heavy-duty steel components that will hold up to 500 lb. loads.
Desk frame specifications
Desk chair with no legs, oil rubbed bronze finish, hamilton chair, desk frame

Swinging Chairs

Some things can be appreciated by observing from a distance.  Others require some hands-on experience.  Suspended seating is one product that is better understood and valued if you experience it.  From swinging the chair out to sit down after a long-day’s work, to readjusting the chair’s position to your desired location for dinner, suspended seating is comfortable and intuitive.  And when you are ready to go, just stand and exit the chair and the chair returns to it's resting position, thus Seating in the Right Place.TM
Table frame specifications
Table seating without legs, oil rubbed bronze finish, sassafrass chair, table frame

Chairs without Legs

Seating Innovations is uniquely suited for outdoor kitchens and barbecues.  We have a variety of chair styles and options for outdoor environments with features including zinc undercoat, UV protected fabrics and weather resistant cushions.  Whether you’re enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner, suspended seating will enhance your experience and always be organized and ready for use.
Inverted frame installation
Outdoor suspended bar seating, oil rubbed bronze finish, birkin chair, inverted frame

Counter Stools

Seating Innovations' counter stools can be adapted to any situation where you need a chair.  We've designed and manufactured seating for use in houseboats, motor homes, restaurants, culinary schools, libraries, medical offices and lunch rooms.  If you have your chair already picked out but you don't see it in our catalog or chair style galleries, we can create a custom seat plate to fit about any chair.
Standard frame installation
Houseboat custom suspended bar seating, white finish, custom chair, standard frame
Didn't See the Chair of Your Dreams?
Many existing barstools and chairs can be adapted or customized to work with Seating Innovations products.

Call or email us to discuss your customized solution.
Kitchen snack bar rustic metal seats, wood stools


Using the right cleaning solutions and methods will ensure that your countertops will look great for years.

Before you set out to clean those counter surfaces, be sure that you know the recommendations suggested by the manufacturer.


“Acidic cleaning products and anything vinegar-based can damage granite, so only use warm water, a conservative amount of soap and a wet sponge or soft cloth to clean the surface. Granite can be porous if it isn’t sealed properly, so it should be cleaned thoroughly and sealed before it’s installed. Some companies sell special cleaning kits that contain a sealant-specific solution to protect the surface, so contact your granite provider or the company that installed your countertops to inquire about specialized products.”


“Wood is easily damaged, so try to wipe up all spills quickly to prevent stains and keep countertops as dry as possible. About once a month or so, rub linseed or mineral oil into the wood to protect it from moisture.”


“Stainless steel is very sensitive to the atmosphere, and when it’s exposed to harsh chemicals or materials, it can become permanently damaged. Similarly, leaving wet materials on a surface will lead to discoloration, so your countertops should be kept dry at all times.

To keep stainless steel clean, regularly wash the surface with warm water and a small amount of baking soda. Always thoroughly dry your countertops after cleaning to prevent water spots. Watch out for mineral deposits, which can be extremely tough to clean on this material. To remove these deposits, use a small amount of vinegar and rinse with water. Never use abrasive materials like steel wool. Rough cloths or pads will scratch the surface and ruin stainless steel’s reflective finish.”


“To clean Formica counters, avoid abrasive cleaners – including ammonia or bleach – and use mild soap, a soft cloth and warm water. Be sure to wipe up spills immediately to prevent staining. Formica is easy to maintain if spills are cleaned up right away, but if a stain sets in, it’ll be practically impossible to remove. Formica also has a tendency to show streaks, but a household glass cleaner can return the surface back to its original appearance.”


“Your silestone countertop should be finished with a protective polish that’s scratch-, stain- and scorch-resistant, so it’ll be protected no matter what it comes in contact with. Silestone can withstand coffee, lemon juice, wine, vinegarolive oil and makeup spills. Clean the surface using mild household cleaners. Make it a point to avoid harsh cleansers, and always use a nonabrasive cleaning sponge or pad to remove any stubborn stains. You should also avoid using excessive pressure or force. If a stain sets on the surface, soak the area for a short time to loosen stubborn particles, and then use a soft cloth to lift and remove the stain.”


“When concrete is used in homes, it’s often cured and sealed for protection and longevity. To clean concrete surfaces, use a mixture of vinegar and water, and always avoid abrasive soaps and cleaning solutions containing harsh chemicals. Abrasive pads and sponges can damage the surface as well.”


“Ceramic tiles are extremely durable, but the grout between them is soft, porous and prone to cracks. Use these tips to keep your countertops clean:

  • Use a toothbrush or nail brush to scrub grout. To remove mildew, dip the brush in household bleach.
  • When you clean grout, don’t use harsh abrasive cleaners, which might scratch the glaze on ceramic tile.
  • Many foam and spray tile and grout cleaners are available. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and rinse with water to finish the job. Be sure to wear rubber gloves, and don’t inhale the mist from spray cleaners.”


“A very hot pan will leave a permanent burn on the surface, but scouring powder or steel wool will remove stains and scratches.

For routine cleaning:

  • Use a mild abrasive cleanser applied directly to the wet countertop.
  • Rinse well.
  • Buff dry with a soft cloth.”


“Marble countertops are porous and susceptible to stains, but they aren’t affected by heat.

Treat marble with a special stone sealer to reduce its porosity, and wipe up wine, fruit juice and other acidic food spills immediately to prevent permanent surface etching. Abrasive cleaners will mar the surface of marble, and oil polish and soft waxes may discolor it.

While many commercial cleaners are available, borax rubbed into the surface with a moistened cloth will also clean marble. Rinse with warm water, and buff dry with a soft cloth.”

*Sources Cited-“10 Countertop Cleaning Tips”/by Editors of Consumer Guide and Natalie Kilgore

Countertop Materials For Your Kitchen


When selecting kitchen countertops, choose something that looks good, holds up well under the kitchen activity of your household and has a price tag that suits the budget. 

Some of the current trends for countertops include: 

Soapstone, Granite, Copper, Engineered Quartz, Tile, Ecofriendly, Zinc, Recycled Paper-Based, Plastic Laminate, Recycled Glass and Cement, Marble, Concrete, Stainless Steel, Solid-Surface, and Wood.

Before you choose your countertop understand the pros and cons of these materials so that you can make an educated decision that will provide your home with the perfect option for your needs.

To learn more about these countertop trends read this Houzz article

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