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Two weeks ago, we shared our Dining Story newsletter, which highlighted several exciting dining tables. And as we continued exploring all the items we wanted to share with you from our collection, we realized that one newsletter simply wasn’t enough—plus, what good is an elegant dining table without seating to pair alongside it? With so many incredible ways to elevate and reinvent your dining space, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to showcase even more dining items, so this week, we’re highlighting five dining chairs to take your dining experience to the next level.
Inspired by “the interesting characteristics of bats,” most notably the shape of a bat’s wingspan, the Bat Dining by GamFratesi has taken flight. With its inviting, distinctive silhouette, the design finds a harmonious balance between the traditional and eccentric, offering comfort and coziness while still offering a chic and original approach to dining seating. The Bat dining chair is created with a Scandinavian approach to crafts, showcasing simplicity and functionalism while also carrying strong references to minimalist design. The sculptural shell is available in ten unique colors, or fully upholstered, to meet your individual design preferences.
With each new release, BassamFellows continues to impress us and push the envelope when it comes to solid wood design. In the Petal dining chair, we find the most advanced 3D-molded wood veneer chair ever put into commercial production. Innovative, ergonomic, and stylish, Petal’s gorgeous and unexpected silhouette establishes a design that genuinely feels new, like something we haven’t seen before—and we just can’t get enough of it. Additionally, both the materials used and manufacturing processes are sustainable and environmentally friendly, allowing you to feel even better when introducing this magnificent design to your dining space.
Joe Colombo
Minimalism and elegance come together in the Chair 300. Clean lines, even proportions, and the juxtaposition of wood and upholstery make the Chair 300 a joy to look at, and though the chair was designed in 1965, it still adds a sense of modernity to contemporary spaces. With upholstery available in fabric, nubuck, or leather, and finishes available in black stained oak, smoked oak, or white soaped oak, the design can be customized in a variety of ways. Incorporating only the highest quality materials and expert manufacturing, Chair 300 is a genuinely timeless design—stunning, sophisticated, and built to last a lifetime.
Smilow Design
Some designs simply exude stylishness and good taste in every possible way, and Mel Smilow’s Woven Leather Dining Chair is one of those designs. Timeless and elegant, this chair is a dream come true for anyone with a love and appreciation for mid-century design, and is available with or without arms. Additionally, the Woven Leather Dining Chair pairs impeccably with the rest of Smilow’s Woven Leather collection—which includes an armchair, bench, and barstool—offering consistency throughout the home. Leather available in black, chocolate brown, navy, red, British tan, or caramel.
Matti Klenell & Peter Andersson
When it comes to dining chairs, the design possibilities are vast, which leads to exciting and innovative options that feel new and refreshing. Botero’s shape and silhouette are both genuinely unique, and the leather-upholstered seat and wraparound back lend to exceptional comfort. Originally designed for the newly renovated National Museum in Stockholm, Botero is an ideal choice for both residential or commercial dining spaces. Available in several different colors and finishes, Botero’s sophisticated presentation retains a classic feel without appearing outdated or familiar, and offers a fantastically comfortable dining experience.