chairs

Condé Nast House & Garden - - DESIGN SOLUTIONS -

a uni­form din­ing room set will al­ways be a safe, al­beit for­mal, op­tion but the need for self­ex­pres­sion shouldn’t be kept at arms length.

The chairs needn’t match the ta­ble; in fact, con­trast­ing ma­te­ri­als and colours are in­ter­est­ing and en­cour­age the eye to travel across the room. ac­cent chairs and benches be­come fo­cal points when placed strate­gi­cally at the ta­ble.

BE­LOW, FROM LEFT ‘VERN’ DIN­ING CHAIR IN LEG­END OCHRE, R2 999,SOFACOMPANY. COM; ‘HEATHER’ OUT­DOOR DIN­ING CHAIR IN BLUE, R1 295, BLOCK & CHISEL NOUVEAUX CLASSIQUES ‘AL­LIANCE’ DIN­ING CHAIR, R15 250, ROCHE BOBOIS; BE­LOW DOMITALIA ‘FENICE L’ DIN­ING CHAIR, R9 550, CASARREDO

ABOVE, FROM LEFT PA­TRI­CIA URQUIOLA FOR KARTELL ‘COMBACK’ CHAIR IN YEL­LOW AND OAK, R9 950, AND CASSINA ‘GAJA’ DIN­ING CHAIR, POR, BOTH TRUE DE­SIGN; DAISY DIN­ING CHAIR, POR, enza HOME

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