Combinations for Your Dining Room
09/04 Design Tips

Combinations for Your Dining Room

A few of our fool-proof chair and table combos

Finding the right dining chair and table combination can be harder than it looks, but it can completely change your space once you do.

Today, we're sharing a few of our favorite combinations and a few tips on creating your own!

We're all about mixing materials, shapes, and tones to create a balanced look.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the combinations from our recent projects and why they work:

The Jessica Chair + The Sydney Table

We love how this look in our Rye, Ny Project feels minimal and dimensional at the same time. Although the pieces contain similar tones, the green leather upholstery and brass accents of The Jessica Chair contrast the simplicity of The Sydney Table perfectly, creating an interesting juxtaposition.

The Fluer Table + The Catriona Chair + The Jasper Chair

We love how the The Catriona Chair and The Jasper Chair work together in our Cove Remodel to bring texture and dimension to the timeless Fluer Table, creating a laid-back coastal look that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. 

The Madison Chair + The Emory Extension Table

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In our Pine Brook Home, The Madison Chair paired with The Emory Extension Table brings a timeless look to the room while still adding interest through the contrast of the rounded chair silhouette and angular table design.

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The Eloise Woven Chair + The Laurie Chair + The Giselle Table

You really can't go wrong with a monochromatic wood table-chair combo and an upholstered accent, and we love the way this look turned out in The McGee Home Dining Room.

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Designer note: When it comes to mixing wood tones, we typically like to keep the contrast bold, which is why you'll notice a lot of dark and light oak combinations below. However, there are always exceptions to the rules, so don't be afraid to get creative!


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Choose two of the same finish in different shapes for an eclectic feel

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What’s your favorite combination? Let us know in the comments!