14 Perfect Dining Tables + Chair Combinations
Like Angelina and Brad, Beyonce and Jay Z, or Donald Trump and his ego, finding the perfect match is difficult, but when found, it is powerful. Thus our series “Power Couples” in which we scour, shop, and pair up two things that need each other in order to survive in the home. These 14 combinations of dining tables and chairs are 100% guaranteed to look good together; the colors, scales, styles, and finishes have been stared at for a long time by the EHD crew. They are on the budget friendlier side, and they are all available online no matter where you live in these here states. So, for your viewing pleasure we present, Power Couples: Tables and Chairs.
For you simpler yet happy type, these two make breakfast snappier. (Scandinavian: : $179, : $419)
These two fair best in older homes, set in the Hollywood Hills is preferable, donned with Kelly Wearstler style wallpaper. (Modern Glam: : $1530, : $115)
Modern Farmhouse is a trend that is going no where especially if its actually in a country setting. These two say ‘drink that cup of coffee and read that local ledger, while listening to Rilo Kiley’. (Modern Farmhouse:: $269, : $127 for 2)
Throw a sheepskin on that chair and you have warm minimalism – which is the only way I can actually do minimalism. (Minimalist: $499, : $325)
I’m dying to go in this direction with a future home. It’s both straight and simple, while being curved and warm. (Nordic Zen:: $2, 099, : $178)
I love a pedestal table so much – it makes shoving in and styling those chairs fast and easy. That’s the former waitress in me talking. (Traditional Old World: : $729, : $288)
I think that ‘contemporary’ would even be more accurate for this. Its new and simple and beloved by most people scared to go too far in one direction or another. (Modern: : $1, 600, : $560 for 2)
Because where else are you going to drink Peroni from real Peroni glasses or espresso from teeny, tiny cups? (Bistro: : $398, : $225)
Seventies burlwood is going nowhere and when paired with black leather it gets a big dose of bad ass. (70s Glam:: $1, 199, : $349)
One of my favorite combos here and I’m not even particularly ‘global’. I love this combo so much. (Global: : $749, : $398)
For those of you with your uber chic lofts and perfectly aged accessories. Here is a table and chair that has that industrial vibe without looking too cheesy. (Industrial: : $270, : $145)
If you don’t/can’t buy real mid-century vintage you can replicate that look with some pretty darn wonderful pieces on the market these days. (Mid-Century: : $659, : $145)
Lucite, brass and black leather can go dated certainly but this combo keeps it looking modern and edgy. Remember when Brady used those chairs in his dining room and it was love at first site for all of us? (Modern 80s: : $1, 499, : $349)
A table/chair combo that I want to sit at to play all my epic Rummy tournaments and chardonnay. I’m not normally too drawn to slipcovered linen dining chairs with skirts to the floor, but MAN I want to sit in that chair. (Country: : $738 for 2)
This roundup would not be complete without a huge pinnable image for you to share, stare at, print out and draw lipstick hearts all over.
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Next up? Sofas and club chairs …
Are you into Power Couples? Any particular combo that you are begging to see? In the meantime, if you are craving more dining room inspiration check out some of our favorite projects: The Patels, The Curblys, Spanish Dining Nook, Loreys Dining Room, Ian Brennan’s Dining Room, Bri Emery’s Dining Room.