Today’s dining armchairs bring a myriad of styles and materials to the table and the dining room, breakfast room or eat-in kitchen. No matter the look you’re going for, there’s a chair style and material just right for your home. From wood to wrought iron, acrylic, fine fabric, leather and more, interesting materials abound as options for armchairs and side chairs. Let’s take a look at some of the intriguing possibilities.
Surrounding this wood and iron round table, modern dining armchairs are upholstered in a lively gold and white geometric fabric on the outside, while the interiors are covered in inky blue velvet.
Who doesn’t love a little French style? Slipcovered armchairs are perfect around an antique pedestal table. With a change of slipcovers, perhaps a jaunty stripe or griege linen, and this space could take on an entirely different persona.
Red lacquered wood dining armchairs are stunning in this all white kitchen. There’s plenty of space to pull these large chairs up to a marble topped traditional wood pedestal table.
Not so common, but exceptionally stylish French cane and teak armchairs from the 1950s add a unique out of the ordinary look in this wood-clad space.
Wicker armchairs (either new or antique like these beauties) can bring an inviting comfortable look to a modern country dining room or kitchen. Here, they’re perfect around gracefully aged trestle table.
These chic modern upholstered dining armchairs with dark wood trim and legs are fabulous. The vibrant green upholstery on the chairs is beautiful and quite glamorous surrounding a chunky wood pedestal table.
Mid-Century modern Eames molded plastic armchairs merge beautifully into this contemporary meets industrial style space, adding gorgeous color and appealing good looks.
A lovely mix of antique wood arm chairs is unexpected and simply stunning in this dining room with cozy fireplace. These wood chairs are made more comfortable with thick striped cotton cushions.
Two fully upholstered armchairs placed at either end of a rectangular table can work exceptionally well. The large armchairs mixed with other smaller wood or metal side chairs or other armchairs can add visual balance and interest to a room. Here a long narrow table can handle three smaller all-wood armchairs on one side and a comfortable bench on the other.
For an entirely different look, upholstered wingback chairs are placed at the head and foot of a wood trestle table, however instead of wood chairs, a trio of see-through acrylic armchairs grace either side of the table.
Around here, we’re big fans of hand forged wrought iron dining tables and chairs. After all, iron is what we’re all about. For a quick and easy way to update your dining room, we offer matching tables, side chairs and arm chairs for either end of the table.
We hope you’ll take time to explore our entire collection of dining armchairs at Timeless Wrought Iron.
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The blue velvet chairs with the yellow back… Please, I need these! hELP!
That particular image was posted from Pinterest, so we don’t have the source for the chairs unfortunately. I do recognize the yellow trellis fabric as one from Robert Allen ( https://www.robertallendesign.com/ ), so you may be able to find chairs you like and have them reupholstered in the same fashion.