The Cherner Chair fits into all kinds of decor. Here they enhance modern cottage style.
This is my dream dining room. The designer, Rachel Reider, has utilized the Cherner armchair at the head of the table, Cherner side chairs and a Cherner dining table. The room is fresh and contemporary but gets its mid-century vibe from the Cherner furniture.
There is also a barstool version of the Cherner chair, and you can opt for seat pads as well. You may choose to upholster the seat, the back, or both.
Today's Cherner chairs are "hand assembled from woods collected form sustainably managed forests and with 100% recyclable steel with 25% recycled content." All of its parts can be replaced and repaired, so that the chairs can be handed down for generations.
White barstools are sleek and very chic. Note that they do not overwhelm the kitchen island.
A lone Cherner chair is fully capable of flying solo.
There are a variety of finishes available. To learn more about the options, visit The Cherner Chair Company.
There are also metal-base versions of the chair available.
Benjamin Cherner designed the Round Cherner table in 2003. I think his father would have been proud of how well it works with four Cherner armchairs.