We highlight six stunning dining chairs that will get houseguests dishing out non-stop compliments during your afternoon luncheon and dinner party.
9 December 2016
What good is a dining table without an accompanying set of chairs that’s both functional and stylish. Here, we highlight six stunning dining chairs that will get houseguests dishing out non-stop compliments during your afternoon luncheon and dinner party. By Arman Shah
Designed by Italian brand Bontempi Casa, “Clara” is not only plush and effortlessly elegant, but it is also kind to the environment thanks to its eco-leather upholstery. We love how the chair looks so stylishly sophisticated, thanks to the curved frame and slightly angled back legs. It’s currently available in brown, black, white, teal and two different shades of green from Lifestorey.
Unique in form, ”Emily” by Camerich features a high-resilience foam seat cushion and backrest that’s supported by a solid wood frame. Check out the rectilinear shapes – perfect for black-and-white homes or dining rooms that want something solid, sturdy and eye-catching. This stylish piece is currently available in black, blue, beige and yellow, from Furniture Club.
Introduce some 1960s chic to your dining area with the Lucille chair. Designed by Italian brand Former, the leather-upholstered chair is made of wood that has been masterfully bent to give it its elegant form. The highlight of this piece is the rectangular cut-out in the backrest. Grab a set at King Living.
Drawing inspiration from the Industrial Revolution, District Eight Design came up with L’usine, a barebones seat that makes a big impact with its small frame. This eco-friendly piece is made by bending cast iron to form the legs, then pieced together with an adjustable backrest and a seared oak seat. Find it at Journey East.
You’ll often find beauty in the most subtle of details. Take the Split chair for example. Design studio Ton manually splintered and bent lengths of wood to form the joints that connect the legs to the seat and back. It’s a 150-year-old technology that’s not easy to replicate! Choose from an upholstered version of Split, or one that is made of ash and featuring gradients of spray-painted colour. Available at Grafunkt.
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