Decor : Different types of chairs for your dining room
Choose the dining chairs It is not usually easy for us. They are key pieces in the functionality of this space; they must be comfortable for us if we are going to use this space on a daily basis. But, in addition, they have a great influence on its aesthetics. In order to help you choose, today we wanted to share with you different types of chairs for your dining room.
The chairs we share today are modern design chairs. Very popular chairs that we hope can inspire you to recognize what style of chair you want for your dining room. Do not be afraid to fall in love with one for its exclusivity, today many chairs are inspired by them and even imitate them, which will allow you to buy similar pieces at much cheaper prices than the originals.
Eames Plastic Armchair was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 for the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Was the first industrially manufactured chair in plastic and pioneer of a new type of furniture that would later become general: the multifunctional chair whose shell could be combined with different bases.
Today they are still a commercial success. A great choice to decorate the dining room, both indoors and outdoors, with many imitations on the market. Those with wooden legs They are the most popular today as they make good friends with the Nordic trend. Place them around a modern white table and you will get a perfect set for a modern dining room. Or bet on combining this with a wooden table to contrast tradition and modernity.
Born in France in 1927, the Tolix chair remains one of the most requested pieces. Steel and stackableThis chair made by Tolix, a firm founded by the French industrialist Xavier Pauchard to produce practical and quality metal furniture, has survived to this day in multiple versions.
Made of galvanized steel, varnished in matt or gloss, lacquered in colors … Combine Tolix chairs with rustic-looking wooden tables to decorate rustic or industrial-style dining rooms, and modern and minimalist to look for a more avant-garde style. Complete the set with large pendant lamps and you will achieve a corner to eat magazine.
The Y-Chair, also known as the Wishbone Chair, is one of Wegner’s best-known designs and one of the types of chairs that we consider most successful in any dining room. Created in 1949, this chair carved in wood with rope seat, has a unique Y-shaped backrest that gives it its name. Despite its minimalist appearance, great skill is required to make it by hand.
The elegant and comfortable chair is available in different woods, finishes and colors. In its most traditional version, it fits perfectly in both classic and avant-garde environments, decorated in white, to which it provides great warmth. While in black and surrounding a modern style wooden table, it is ideal to enhance the sobriety and elegance of a dining room.
The Panton chair is one of the Pop Art icons. Designed by the architect Verner Parton in 1960, it began to be manufactured in series from 1967 in collaboration with Vitra. It is a one-piece ergonomic chair, and made entirely of plastic. A piece that only the most daring will dare with.
The Panton chair is available in a wide variety of colors. Needless to say, they bring a modern and daring touch to that room where they are placed. Although there are those who dare to surround the dining room table exclusively with Panton chairs, it is usual to combine them with other types of chairs, especially if you want to gain warmth. We love them in white combined with glass or light wood tables.
The Cesca chair, designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928 and edited by Knoll, features a tubular steel frame and a braided mesh back and seat, typical of traditional crafts. A revolutionary combination in its time whose validity today is undeniable.
Being as they are mesh furniture a trendIncorporating Cesca type chairs into the dining room could not seem like a more successful idea. We love the more traditional version combined with glass or rustic wood tables. But also those with black frames because of the interesting contrast that is created when they are placed around a wooden table in light tones.
Which of these types of chairs would you choose for your dining room?