Who is about the table may be the most crucial thing, but in which they are sitting can be pretty crucial as well. The slightly rustic look of a farm dining table is a just-right touch of homey charm for any dining space. This breakfast and dining room staple is so flexible that it can be substituted for almost any decor by incorporating the proper chairs. In the industrial look of an Emeco chair to the snug feel of wicker, the seating can completely specify the space. Here are a couple of of our favourite picks.
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Dining should be comfortable and cozy. The cushions in those oversized seats are so inviting, and we’re sure that everybody struggles over who gets to sit in the banquette.
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
A splash of color jazzes up a conventional farm dining table. The industrial lighting adds additional interest.
Charlie & Co.. Design, Ltd
Chairs in a color and style similar to that of the farm table make consistency.
Seating does not need to match to appear great. We adore the idea of painting mismatched seating one color for a uniform look.
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
The curves of those Windsor chairs match the lines of the table. The contrast of the stark white of the kitchen and the warm wood of the dining table and chairs is wonderful.
Of all of the colours that could go with a farm dining table, we think we like white the ideal. White from the wood is a fresh look.
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
Emeco chairs lend an industrial look that ties within this steel island and the appliances. The farmhouse dining table is an unexpected punch in a contemporary room.
We are partial to using a seat as seating, especially on a wall with a window. The view isn’t obstructed, and the seat holds plenty of hungry diners.
We adore Tolix chairs, especially when they would be the signature of black in the room. The color is a fantastic choice when you’re looking for contrast but think white is too light.
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