Knowing your interior style goal and your colour scheme is key to finding the perfect dining chair for your home. This post focuses on these interior styles, Industrial, Mid-Century Modern, Scandinavian and Luxe dining rooms. The perfect chair features classic design features that easily communicate the interior style.
Industrial interior style – dining chair
Industrial interior style works well in urban areas. This is due to the key materials that contribute to communicating Industrial interior style such as brick, glass, copper, and concrete. All these materials are typical of urban environments.
My favourite chair for Industrial dining rooms is the Pasadena chair. Leather is a must have in an industrial dining room and tan leather is classic.
Mid-Century Modern interior style – dining chair
There were so many prolific industrial designers during the Mid-Century Modern period, Hans Wegner being one of them with his wish bone chair creation. I like the Dean Wooden dining chair as an interpretation of the wish bone chair rather than a replica.
Scandinavian interior style – dining chair
There are many parallels between Mid-Century Modern interior design and Scandinavian interior design. Primarily because many of the most famous industrial designers created iconic furniture during the Mid-Century Modern period. Some design features are maintained in new Scandinavian pieces but I think the spindle chair is classic Scandinavian interior style.
Luxe interior style – dining chair
There is no other texture that communicates Luxe interior style like velvet. I think that texture is more important than shape in a Luxe dining chair but a curved line also says luxe. My top pic for a classic Luxe dining chair is the Kayla dining chair.
While knowing your interior style preference is key to making the right furniture selections, understanding how different features in a piece communicate your preferred interior style is also key. But I’ve made it easy for you to get the perfect dining chair for your home.