November 20, 2019
November 20, 2019
How to Mix Dining Tables & Chairs for Any Style
Great style starts with great imagination. Mixing materials and textures lays the groundwork for a warm, welcoming dining space. Pieces need not perfectly match, but complement each other instead. That’s why we look to experimenting with shape, scale and contrast, to strike balance and play up materials’ natural beauty. A well-styled dining space should promote comfort and easy conversation, and when that’s achieved, the rest falls into place. See some of our go-to dining table and chair pairings below, then let inspiration take over to design a timelessly stylish dining setup in any space.
A fresh spin on warm, simple styling, by way of practical designs and organic detailing.
With a caged base of interlocking hexagons, the Arden Dining Table’s rounded concrete top adds a substantial feel to an otherwise airy look. Pair it with:
The refreshed bent ply Jared Dining Chair, with cream linen seating, oak back and slim iron legs.
The tapered oak framing, leather-wrapped arms and natural linen seat of the Reuben Dining Chair.
A just-right mix of current and classic, with formal and casual accents alike.
A shapely take on the traditional trestle form, the Erie Dining Table’s spacious, dark-smoked oak tabletop is ready for guests. Pair it with:
The slimly styled Joseph Dining Chair, with velvety teal upholstery and a posterior cutout for flair.
The Muestra Dining Chair’s wishbone teak frame and white wicker seat.
The Lewis Windsor Chair, wire-brushed to play up oak’s cathedral grain.
A modernized twist on popular Fifties and Sixties-era design, characterized by clean lines and streamlined forms.
Crafted from solid, brown-finished acacia, the Paden Dining Table's crescent-like legs and spacious oval tabletop bring shape-driven style to the table. Pair with:
The Aubree Dining Chair’s soft, spoon-shaped seating of mossy sage top-grain leather.
The modern S-curves and fresh faux leather of the Diaw Dining Chair.
From weathered wood to exposed brick and raw concrete, industrial styling borrows from the best of spacious factories, metropolitan culture, converted lofts, and more.
Shape and texture blend for instantaneous impact. A substantial slab of weathered hickory provides a solid base for the Boomer Bistro Table’s light aluminum tabletop. Pair it with:
The Wexler Dining Chair's cantilevered shaping, sleek steel base and faux leather covering.
The Aria Dining Chair's raw edge and distinctively flared back leg.
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