How to Choose Chairs for Your Dining Table

Stuck on which seats to buy for your dining area? This clever guide gives you stylish, foolproof picks for the most common types of tables.

If you have a farmhouse table, try...

...an upholstered chair in a bold fabric.

The soft fabric covering offsets a wood table’s hard surface. For a fresh, modern look, go with a graphic print instead of a safer solid.

...a sleek midcentury modern seat.

Contrast a rustic rectangular table with sleek, curvy seats at a wallet-friendly price.

...a classic wooden chair that’s family-friendly.

A lacquered surface is easy to wipe clean; the deep, black hue is striking alongside the table’s warm brown shade. Choose a wood chair with an open back to keep the overall space from veering too bulky.

If you have a glossy white table, try...

...a rattan seat in a spunky color.

Intricate fretwork stands out against the table’s smooth white surface, especially when the chair is a poppy shade of pink. This one comes in more than 15 color options.

...a natural wood chair.

Bring in some warmth with a teak seat. This one’s elegant, sculptural shape plays well with the table’s clean lines.

...an industrial-style metal seat.

An iron chair in a fun, edgy color livens up a dining area, making it a great pick for frequent entertainers. These stackable seats are durable and weather-resistant, so they can double as extra perches on the patio when needed.

If you have a marble top table, try...

...a glam metallic seat.

Play up the dressy vibe of a marble table by pairing it with shimmery, gold-finish seats.

...a luxe, leather-accented chair.

For a more masculine touch, bring in clubby chairs, like this cast-iron version with a supple, stitched leather seat and back.

...a classic bistro seat.

A relaxed, understated cafe chair with an open back and woven rattan seat lets a polished-looking marble table be the star of the room.

If you have a glass top table, try...

...a roomy, retro-style seat.

An artsy glass table can give off a cold vibe if you surround it with seats that are ultra-sleek. Instead, go for contrast with a cozy style, like a wood-frame chair upholstered in a rich leather.

...an elegant, fabric-covered chair.

A tall, camelback style chair in a sophisticated neutral gives any glass table an elevated look.

...a graphic patterned seat.

A mix of materials adds interest to a dining room, giving it a lived-in, eclectic vibe.
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