It's easy to overlook the unassuming dining chairs. Dining tables make a statement, so they are often the center of our attention. However, a good pairing of chairs can elevate a dining table and create a cohesive and stylish dining room table. The design of dining room chairs is as diverse as the table itself, and so are the ways in which the two can be paired. In this guide, we'll cover the available styles, from the best designer dining chairs to understated simplicity, as well as some helpful pairing tips.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to picking a wooden dining table and chairs design. A room's decor, the balance of comfort and style, and the dining table itself are all influential factors. You also need to consider how the chairs and table will match; will the design contrast, or match? Do you prioritize style or do you prefer comfort? There are many variations in wood, upholstery, shape and height, so it's important to understand your needs. Let's take a look at hardwood chairs.
Allowing a small amount of wood to be exposed can give a wood furniture dining chair versatility and a stylish look. Hardwoods offer an advantage over inexpensive particle board and cane chairs, with a durability that matches their physical qualities. Stains and coatings can provide protection for hardwood chairs while allowing the natural beauty of the wood to shine through.
There are a range of stains and woods, such as pale natural hardwoods, darker walnut and darker hardwoods in chocolate. Regardless of the finish, the design of each chair can vary to fit your decor. Simple styles like the Claire with its natural stain and matte white seat suit an understated and classic table. More luxurious hardwood styles, like the upholstered Bella, are suitable for more formal dining settings, as well as modern table materials like glass.
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