My old dining chairs—which I liked a lot and which did not cost a little—are all falling apart. So I’ve been looking for replacements, and have had the toughest time pulling the trigger on any. Tell me, which of these would you go for? This classic Eames style, perhaps?
I like that this chair looks comfortable, as I do most of my writing at the table. I know it’s not ergonomically sound to sit at a dining chair all day, but that is my reality.
The Kartell Ghost chair is a bit of a modern classic, and I like the way it both sort of disappears and makes a statement at the same time.
This is a non-inexpensive category, but here is a nice chair that rings in under $100.
I like the combination of materials here.
Just really basic, but in a good way, I think.
OK, this Fornasetti chair is just mind-blowingly expensive and there’s no way on God’s green earth I’d ever buy it, but it does amuse.
These are all part of Anthropologie’s Liberty of London collab, and so of course I had to include them.
I’d go for this one in that bright, poppy orange.
And finally: a standard aluminum chair holds a certain appeal.
Here is a post I did not long ago on coffee tables.