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Plastic Dining Chairs

Who says you can only use plastic dining chairs at the dinner table? They're a pretty and practical furniture accessory to fit in with any room's decor, such as a living room, office or bedroom. When shopping, you'll find replicas of well-known brands, such as Eames, a popular design from the 1950s. Seats may be covered in hard-wearing faux leather or polyester upholstery fabrics. To suit the tastes of buyers who prefer eclectic furnishings, plastic chairs contain a blend of materials patterned in a 19th or 20th century style.

Living Room Plastic Chairs

You can purchase a single living room plastic chair or a set of four. Choose a minimalist design that has a retro look with a plastic seat and beech wooden legs. Use the chairs for extra seating when entertaining, for gaming or to relax and catch up with mates on social media. Likewise, the chairs come with floor protectors so the legs don't scratch your floor's surface. Most come ready to assemble and include an instruction manual.

Kitchen Plastic Chairs

Perfect for a nook space to eat breakfast and other meals, kitchen plastic chairs are available as leather-seated stools and stackable cafe chairs. Available in seating for two or more, examples with padded seats have a contemporary look and are comfortable to sit in when enjoying tea and conversation. Moreover, polyurethane seats clean up easily with a damp cloth. You can purchase plastic chairs as bar stools with high seat backs to group around a kitchen island.

Dining Room Plastic Chairs

Available in modern, Scandinavian and other styles, many dining room plastic chairs have arms so guests are more comfortable. Injection-moulded acrylic plastic chairs are transparent and have a weight capacity of 120 kilograms. The multi-purpose chairs are suitable for office and heavy use at home. Furthermore, if you want your dining room to have pops of colour, choose plastic chairs in bright orange, red or multi-coloured specimens.

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