Living in small apartment or a one room studio style living space can be a challenge when placing furniture and other items like a TV or stereo. One way of setting things up for maximum use of space, is to place your TV on a table top swivel stand. This way, it doesn’t matter where you are in the room, you can always have the best view by simply revolving the TV to the desired angle.
Table top swivel TV stand:
Table top swivel TV stand pictured: Sanus Systems TV-LCDB Swivel Base for 13-inch to 30-inch LCD Displays
When your children no longer live at home, it’s time to turn the basement play room into your very own man-cave. Depending on your budget, and the blessing of your significant other, you can add a full-size pool table, a 60 inch flat-screen TV with Surround sound, a bar with cool looking leather swivel bar stools and an area set-up just for the Friday night poker game. How awesome would that be!
Swivel bar stools with arms:
Swivel bar stools with arms pictured: Left: Hillsdale Furniture 6124-830 Ambassador Swivel Bar Stool, Rich / Middle: Powell 429-432 Brandon Swivel Bar Stool / Right: Glenwood Swivel Barstool with Arms and Leather Upholstery, cream, by PASTEL CASUAL FURNITURE
Some people prefer stools that have no arms. This may be because they have greater freedom of movement without them.
Most renovated kitchens these days have an island in the middle allowing for a larger food prep area or for casual eating and snacking. Stylish swivel stools with backs provide a comfortable seating arrangement for both kids and adults. As such, you might want to consider a leather or vinyl upholstery for easier clean up of food dropping and drink spills.
Swivel stools with backs:
Swivel stools with backs pictured: Left: Boraam 24-Inch Sumatra Swivel Counter Stool, brush oak / Middle: Hillsdale Normandy Swivel Bar Stool, Rubbed Black-Honey Finish with Gold and Black Floral Fabric, counter height / Right: Mintra Cappuccino Finish Spiral Back 24-Inch Swivel Counter Stool
Health & personal care > mobility aids > washroom > rotating shower seat for the aged
Unfortunately, there’s no denying it, as we get older we lose some abilities that we may have previously taken for granted. Something like a simple shower can be a test of our physical mobility and one that we might need help with later in life. A swivel bath chair provides a measure of independent bathing and is relatively easy to set-up and use, allowing for easy entry and exit from the tub.
Swivel bath chair for the elderly:
Swivel bath chair for the elderly pictured: Eagle Health Tub Mount Swivel Shower Chair – Swivel Shower Chair.
Swivel dining room chairs are not that common. You’ll find a lot of swivel stool, but very few chairs out there. Perhaps it’s because people don’t particularly like to swivel while they eat dinner. They are practical however when it comes to sitting down and getting up, thanks to the swiveling motion which makes these actions easier. Rather than pulling the chair away from the table, and then having to move it closer to the table, these simply turn.
Swivel dining room chairs:
Swivel dining room chairs example. Pictured: Voltaire 18″ Swivel Chair Metal Finish: Pewter, Seat Type: Wood – Black Paint Maple, by Holland Bar Stool.