When you are selecting chairs for your dining room, it is important to think about comfort and style. These two attributes are essential for a successful dining experience. Dining chairs get daily use and this means that they should be robust and should provide solid support for the sitter. With this is in mind, we would recommend that you go for handcrafted chairs, made from solid wood. Quality, carpentered chairs feature specifically carved wooden joins. These types of joins are robust and long lasting unlike the chemicals glues, which are used to join together more cheaply produced products.
In terms of style, you could try to make sure that your chairs blend well with your dining table. The dining tableis usually the most prominent furniture piece in the room because of its size. This means that the conventional way to set up a dining room is to match the chairs to the dining table rather than the other way around. If you want a more unique and creative look, however, contrasting dining tables and chairs can be matched together to great effect. If you choose this approach we would recommend that you don’t try to achieve too much, but blend the designs subtly. Make sure that at least one aspect of the table and chairs matches together well. This means that they should share a particular wood tone or style feature. For example, the Jonak dining chair, made from solid teak, would be a good match for the Moka table. They are made from different woods but share the same, simple, unfussy, Scandinavian style. Furthermore, the colours - dark mahogany and light coloured teak, are at the opposite ends of the scale and would actually make a great balance, in the right setting.
For the best results, think carefully about the effect that different wood tones and styles might have on your room.