Elaborate bentwood chairs rest outside on this terrace in Japan. While the pair looks lovely outdoors, most bentwood pieces should be used primarily inside.
This ecofriendly kitchen by Camilla Molders Design features bamboo cabinetry. The red bentwood stools pop against the natural wood and complement the green-blue walls.
The breakfast nook of this Tudor-style home gets a stylish lift from a pair of cross-back bentwood chairs and a petite round dining table.
A mod-looking office employs a bentwood chair with a caned seat as its visitor chair. The black finish visually ties it to the desk.
Classic bentwood chairs are matched with an upholstered bench and tulip-style table. The eclectic pairing works because of the room's mostly white backdrop and use of neutral colors.
A set of six bentwood chairs is a stylish yet surprising choice for this beachfront home with contemporary concrete floors.
Bentwood bistro chairs add a European touch to this Martha's Vineyard dining room by Schranghamer Design Group.
Designer Andrew Flesher sets white bentwood chairs against a dark wall for a dramatic effect.
In blogger Victoria Smith's San Francisco apartment, bentwood chairs are painted white, which is fitting in her mostly ivory-hued home.