Classic upholstered dining chairs put comfort first and encourage post-dinner conversation. These are very affordable options, and I like the tailored shape, which works well with both traditional and modern accessories.
Linen Hayden Dining Chair
In order to make a dining room look more streamlined, a dining bench is a great alternative to 2-3 dining chairs. It will mix up the seating and keep the view clear across the table when it's not in use. This rustic bench is just the ticket for a variety of styles, from traditional to lofty modern....
While coasters are generally not thought of as an office priority, I like to use them to keep cold (or hot) drinks from mucking up the surface of my desk. These beauties by Annabel Inganni are made with sustainable materials and add a pop of color to any room.
I absolutely adore the look of reclaimed wood. It's great for photo shoots, and as a food photographer, this I know.
This gorgeous arboreal pattern's black and white palette is striking and beautiful. Use it to cover a sofa or perhaps to create a stunning shower curtain.
We have been digging sawhorse tables over here for quite some time. Jonathan Adler has taken the sawhorses away from the carpenter and brought them to your dining room for a farmhouse table/industrial chic mash-up that will fill you with glee.
I love the cobalt blue glass in these vials. They're perfect for grouped flowers at windows. Root plants in them in the window so you can enjoy your plants while they're rooting.
We're wild for trestle tables, and the mix of eco-friendly reclaimed wood on top with a steel base composed of three Xes is the perfect way to bring some industrial style to your dining room or home office.
This is the second surfboard-inspired table I've come across today. Who knew a surfboard could influence furniture so much? This modern table has a bit of mid-century inspired style and is handcrafted in West Virginia.
There's a subjective line between an out-and-out knockoff and an homage. I think this chair is the latter, taking a classic Eames bent ply side chair, giving it a nod in Oak, and adding some comforting cushioning.
Pols Potten is one of my favorite Dutch brands. They sell a range of these gorgeous big vases that are beautiful with or without a bunch of flowers inside.
Wheat Groen, Pols Potten
We are hunting for a new dining table. I love the contrast on this one and it would be perfect for indoor picnics on those rainy spring days.
Delta Dining Table
This pair is quirky and slightly retro. They'd be cute in an apartment for two, or mismatched with others around a family dining table. They're great playful pieces!
Monogrammed glass hurricanes would be beautiful centerpieces on a table when you're entertaining. The flickering of candles inside will make the monogram stand out.
I love the farmhouse style of this white oak trestle table. It goes with a wide variety of dining chair styles. Oh, and the wood is repurposed from old tobacco barns.
Hudson Valley Dining Table
These trays are so unique and sleek; I think they'd make a perfect, unusual gift. I'm picturing one on my kitchen counter to corral all those random items scattered messily about. Even better, you can package the tray loaded with more goodies, such as pasta, sauce and wine.
Perfect for collecting spare change or keys, these versatile spotted trays work great in an entryway, on a desk or even in a closet.
This contemporary chair has a simple and modern metal base yet is covered in a natural and beautiful texture: cowhide. If you purchase a set, each hide piece will vary and add interest to your dining room. If you don't order a set, don't fret; the chair is interesting enough to stand on its own.
Whenever we do an ideabook on farmhouse tables here on Houzz, they are wildly popular. Perhaps it's because something about them just screams "People Will Gather Here!" They are just so warm and inviting, and they go with practically every kind of dining chair, from Windors to Emeco Navy Chairs.
This vase has one of my favorite shapes for a terrarium. It would be lovely on a desk, as a centerpiece on a dining table or on the coffee table (if there aren’t kiddos in the home).
There is something about white and caramel together. Pair this with a white parson's desk or buy a handful of them to wrap around a Saarinen table for a proper round-table discussion.
This dining table is a masterpiece. Plus, the marble, other than being gorgeous, helps to prevent scratching.
MUJI is known for stripping objects down to their most minimal forms while providing maximum function. This simple and clean-lined console table is no exception. Use it as a console table, television stand, sideboard or credenza and enjoy the lovely birch wood it's made of.
You don't have to go with the red, as this elegant leather dining chair comes in several colors, but why wouldn't you? It will rev up the conversation and excitement at your next dinner party!
I like the skinny profile and industrial legs on this table. The angles are sort of a snooze-fest, but the materials are nice.
Elegant with a mix of Neoclassical and classic Art Déco, you'll love this table’s sleek styling and zebrawood craftsmanship.
Give your morning coffee an extra jolt with the arresting Phone Mug! It adds a touch of pop art fun to your desk, too.
This handmade table is long on function and industrial style. It can serve as a sofa table, dining room buffet or home office credenze. It's a great way to bring vintage modern style to your home.
A rustic reclaimed mahogany plank top hovers over elegant steel legs on this sophisticated modern console table. If you place it in a hallway, it will let your visitors know you like clean and modern but also enjoy pieces that show their age and experience.
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