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Dining Chairs

Outfit your dining room, eat-in kitchen, or breakfast nook with just the right dining chairs to complement your space. Whether you’re searching for a new set of chairs to enliven and freshen up a room, or you’re decorating your dining room or kitchen from scratch, there are many options when it comes to comfortable seating so you can enjoy meals with friends and family.


One option you may want to consider when it comes to dining chairs is upholstered armchairs. These aren’t quite the type you’ll find in your living room or foyer - but this type of soft, comfortable chair is easily to relax in as you sit around the dinner table every evening. Not only are they upholstered for comfort on your back, but they also offer armrests, giving you more elbow room during meals.

Standard Chairs

Perhaps you are more attracted to a standard, yet aesthetically pleasing type of standard dining chair. Look for these in different constructions, although you may often find them made of wood and teak. Wicker is also an option, or a wood and wicker mix. These standard chairs are often smaller, offering you the option to seat more around the dinner table, making them a perfect choice for holiday meals and large gatherings.


To add a different flair to the room, you may want to consider dining benches. Not only do these polish off a modern and contemporary look, benches are also a good choice if you have a large family or are trying to seat several children and toddlers. Look for plain, polished wood options, or upholstered benches for more comfort.


Construction is important when it comes to your dining chairs, as you want them to last for many a season. Solid wood dining chairs are often a good choice. Made durably of rosewood, cherry, or other hardwoods, these chairs last for years, even with heavy use. Another option for solid, durable chairs are teak dining chairs. Their solid construction and warm tone ensures not only their longevity, but their easy placement into your existing ensemble.

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