Our beautiful antique dining chairs can help you make your dining area a more welcoming part of your home. Whether you’re just eating with the family, or whether you’re going all out hosting a dinner party, quality dining chairs are sure to improve everyone’s dining experience.
What Types Of Antique Dining Chairs Do We Offer?
Our antique dining chairs cater to all tastes and come in a wide range of materials. We’re sure that our antique dining chair styles will suit any kind of kitchen or home.
For those who prefer a more vintage look and feel, we have a wide selection of antique wooden dining chairs from various periods. Some date as far back as the 1800s so you know you’re getting authentic vintage dining room chairs. From traditional French styles to ornate Victorian style chairs to antique Dutch dining chairs, our pieces are sure to leave a lasting impression on your family and friends.
For those who prefer more contemporary pieces, we have vintage wrought-iron and vintage metal dining chairs. If you like the look of metal more than wood, or you don’t want to worry about the upkeep of wooden pieces, we have a plethora of great options.
What Types Of Chairs Go With An Antique Wood Table?
To match your dining chairs to your antique wood table, choose chairs that either match the period, the color, the finish, or the level of formality of your table. You don’t have to match them exactly, so make sure to do your research on what woods and colors go well together.
The second method is for those who are more adventurous. It’s become a trend these days to mix contemporary chairs with antique tables as a statement piece. If you have an eye for style, we have more contemporary dining chairs that could be what you’re looking for.
How Are Antique Dining Chairs Upholstered?
Many antique dining chairs come with leather or velvet upholstery, and these can be trickier to deal with than simple cloth. Whatever kind of chair you have, we recommend bringing it to a professional if it needs work.
We suggest visiting your potential upholsterer in person and checking samples of their work. Keep an open mind and listen to your upholsterer’s suggestions since they’ll have a better idea of what sort of erosion can happen to your dining chairs in the long run. You might have a preferred material or fabric, but they’ll have a better understanding of how materials behave. For example, it will take a very long time for new leather to break in and get that antique or vintage look again.
Check Out Our Antique Dining Chairs For Sale!
It’s time for you and your family to get the most out of your dining experiences again. Check our website to see our selection of exquisite antique dining chairs. If you’ve been thinking of upgrading your dining chairs, don’t sit on that decision any longer.