When it comes to decorating your dining room, the table automatically takes center stage. But it's the dining chair that determines your comfort level and allows you to show off a bit of your personality. The right one for your space serves its purpose in style, while inviting you and your guests to savor every minute together. Determine which design style would coordinate well with the rest of your dining room decor and complete your space with the chair that's "just right."
1. Mid-Century Modern
The hallmark features of mid-century design are tapered legs, understated curves and warm wood tones. The Juneau dining chair, for one, is crafted of solid beech with a walnut veneer and a cream fabric seat.
The utilitarian minimalism of Scandinavian design offers up small treasures like the Lofia, Bendt, and Raholt dining chairs. Durable, comfy and timeless, these chairs were built to outlast the trends that pass through the design industry.
Solid yet cozy, rustic style will likely remind you of a fireside setting in a farmhouse. The Karsten dining chair comes with a wooden backrest and a cushioned, upholstered seat to let you relax through your morning coffee or a dinner party.
Contemporary furniture exhibits crisp angles and sleek contours. The refined simplicity of the Alma dining chair pairs with a range of tabletop finishes or hardwoods, while the Jelena chair offers quality craftsmanship at an affordable price.
People love traditional styles because they blend an Old World artistry with today's standards of comfort. The Paige dining chair for example, is made of solid beech and combines handcrafted sturdiness with svelte sophistication that makes it a good fit for any setting in the house. Imagine it in a hallway nook, next to the hearth or at the head of the table.
For a wide assortment of dining chairs in any of these styles, visit Scandinavian Designs online or in-store. Remember, you do not have to choose a dining chair that shares the same design style as your table. It's perfectly acceptable to mix and match to create the perfect combination to suit your personality, dining and entertaining needs.