Chairs with Flair
No, not this one. Your bottom deserves better.
Give it something to look forward to with one of the following inspirational ideas for chairs, both traditional and modern. Each of the following ideas offers something unexpected in chair design, be it shape, color or creative twist.
White Lace Dining Chairs
These beautiful white chairs feature a delicate lace design and a gentle curved shape that welcomes diners. Combining an elegant old world idea with a modern design makes these chairs truly special.
High back Dining Chair
The high back and sleek lines of this dining chair command respect. Intended as a side chair, it can also be strategically placed in a living area to draw the eye upward and create impact.
Hot Moon Teal Ribbon Chair
This vintage design practically conveys what an honor it would be if you sat upon it. Unique and a conversation starter, the design would work well in a mid-century modern home.
Red and Wicker
The comfortable bright red cushions perfectly off set the black wicker of outdoor seating that is at once inviting and stimulating in design. This is a casual look with an appealing style.
Take the feel of folk art and combine it with a modern sensability to get these hip chairs that can be mixed and matched. Such as strong element, they may work best with neutral walls and floor.
Brilliant Blue Dining Chairs
These bright blue chairs add a brilliant touch to any dining area for a pop of color that is cheery and welcoming.
Jonathan Adler Regent Armchair
Elegance and grace make this armchair worth to be sat upon by royalty. The neutral upholstery is set off by a bright white frame that not outlines the chair for modern sensibility.
Bryn St. Clair Swivel Chair
Warm and inviting, this swivel chair can grace both modern and traditional rooms with equal flair.
Massoud Colorblock Wing Chair
The wing chair has been updated with the addition of color block stripes that show off an elegant shape and sculptured legs.
Cut Out Chairs
This pair of chairs sit perfectly cozy near a fireplace, but they would work equally well tucked in cozy corners, where their rounded shape and open design prevents a "boxed in" feel in even the smallest spaces.