1 WOVEN CANE / RATTAN
There’s something timeless about a cane or rattan chair, don’t you think? They look great in just about any style home including coastal, boho or Hamptons-inspired interiors. When I first laid eyes on this dining room designed by Donna Guyler (pictured above) I was immediately drawn to those gorgeous Kulu chairs from Uniqwa Furniture. They really do add a lovely natural element to the room.
This other bistro chair option from Provincial Home Living (pictured opposite) is also a great option if you’re looking to achieve a classic coastal/Hamptons vibe.
If you’re looking to add a touch of elegance to your dining room, a velvet chair is the way to go. It’s luxurious, soft, and also a great way to inject some colour into your interior.
GlobeWest have a number of velvet pretties – their Claudia dining chair (pictured below) comes in dark green, navy or grey. Meanwhile their Daphne and Lucille chair in navy velvet (both pictured above) are more oh-so-glamorous options. I can't decide which is my favourite!
I also adore this Jane chair from West Elm (pictured opposite) – it comes in a lovely soft blush colour or this vibrant teal pictured, and well those brass legs offer a touch of glam too.
Whether you go for real deal or a faux look-a-like, leather chairs can bring a nice warmth and masculinity to any dining room. Whether your style is contemporary, coastal or industrial, there’s a leather chair to suit you!
The Seth chair from Clickon Furniture (pictured above) is a great option – it has curves in all of the right places and a super slick black sled base.
If it’s something a bit more industrial in style, Industria X’s Canteen chair (pictured opposite) is a winner. And its powder coated metal frame can be painted in practically any colour you fancy.
Woven leather chairs are another popular option – these are a perfect match for coastal homes. The Seed chair from GlobeWest (pictured below) is a personal favourite of mine.