8 Designer Dining Chairs You Need To Meet

Last updated on May 29th, 2023

Often, dining chairs do not get the attention they deserve. Most of us pick a suitable dining set from the local furniture store or website. With so many options, you are spoiled for choice.

But there are chairs and there are chairs. Run-of-the-mill chairs just don’t cut it when you want a unique design. So, what do you do when you want standout chairs to make a statement? Well, you can try designer dining chairs for a start. This classic designer chair selection will help you find the perfect match for your décor. Let’s explore your options.

Chair One – Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

Charles and Ray Eames sure knew what they were talking about when they came up with this classic design. Comfortable and stylish, these chairs are shaped from molded plywood and offer effortless comfort. What’s more, this chair has boasting rights too, as the designers won the best design of the 20th-century award given by TIME. The best part? It needs no assembly.

Chair Two – The Series 7 Chair

Series 7 is an iconic piece of craftsmanship. But, you wouldn’t expect less from Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. It may surprise you to know that this chair was introduced as far back as 1955 and still holds its place as a bestselling product.

Made from molded and laminated wood, the chair has chrome tubular legs. And hey, you don’t have to worry about finding a match for your décor. There are 10 different shades to pick from.

Chair Three – The Salt Chair

Made from solid beech wood, these chairs have molded wooden seats. They are slim and light, making it easy to move them around. These black wonders are suitable for any design and give off a 60s vibe. And yes, the chair has pads on the legs, so you don’t have to worry about scratches on the flooring. The designer? Tom Kelley for TON.

Chair Four – Tolix Chair

French designer Xavier Pauchard designed this chair in 1934. Designers today draw inspiration from these creations; not surprising when you feast your eyes on the chair. Also known as the Marais chair, it is fashioned from sheet metal. The biggest advantage of these gorgeous chairs is, you can stack them up. And as you can use them outdoors too, they are great for pool and terrace parties. Undoubtedly this is no run-of-the-mill chair but a classic work of art.

Chair Five – The Revolt Chair

When this design made its first appearance in 1953, it was appreciated as an innovative design and became popular in Dutch homes. The product was reintroduced in the market in 2004. This chair, designed by Friso Kramer, means business and is perfect for homes, airport lounges, and offices. Many designers today look for inspiration in the revolt.

Chair Six – Bertoia Wire Chair

Designed by Harry Bertoia, this wire chair is the perfect style statement for your kitchen table. What’s more, it offers comfort and has snap-on seat pads. The chair is available in white, chrome, and black. A perfect pick to breathe life into your kitchen.

Chair Seven – The Eames DSR Chair

One of our personal favorites, this classic design is a single-shell plastic seat, molded to bring you comfort. The interlocking rod base is reminiscent of the Eiffel Tower. To amp up the look of your dining set, go for a medley of like colors to add interest to your design.

Chair Eight – Tulip Chair

The tulip chair embodies style and comfort. The flowing curves and the pedestal make this chair irresistible. Designed by Eero Saarinen, the tulip chair is made from molded fiberglass and is sure to raise eyebrows when next you entertain.

Last Words

Furniture is not only about functionality. It’s a marriage of design and comfort. These eight designer chairs are interesting picks and stand out from the crowd. However, finding the chair that matches perfectly with your décor is another matter. Give us a call if you feel overwhelmed. And while you are at it, check out Homebliss.in for radical design ideas.

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