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Dining room chairs—with a difference

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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Today we've got a whole range of colourful and very different dining room chairs for you. So, if you've been thinking about a new furniture set for your dining room or kitchen, you've come to the right place! We have some very colourful, new chairs to present that all take a massive difference in style forms that border on cubism, surrealism, reinterpretations of childhood favourites and the down right modern. Let's take a look…

Classic design

Just because you like a little colour in your life doesn't mean you have to come across as eccentric. A classic chair design, brought into the modern day, with a bit of colour could be just what your dining room needs -a playful tone for, what can be, a playful room; who said food always has to be serious. Put a bit of colour into your life today!

Bordering on surreal

This colourful and rather unusual chair would bring a breath of fresh air in to any room, that's for certain. But, for all its quirks, we can't help but find this piece, from Giacomo Fava, very original and endearing. Indeed, followers of their work know that their chair designs will cause disruption in the design of most rooms -take this scene, for example; it is striking.

Cubist inspired chair

This would add a good flavour in a modern dining room! A fresh and funky feel is something it would bring to any room actually; why stop in the dining room when you could have one out in the hall or in the bedroom?

More colour!

A minimalist, Scandinavian kitchen design, brought to life by the vibrant colours in the chairs. This chair design is unusual in that the length of the seat is abnormally long, meaning that its occupant would have to sit saddle in it -another novelty feature that guests are sure to enjoy.

Take a look at Dining room sets here

Mix and match

Why stop with a feature wall when you could have the whole set? Fan of blue, pink, orange? Why not match you furniture with the decoration of your room or vice-versa—candles, cushions, chairs and curtains would help you complete the set!

Need a few more ideas for the dining room? Have a look at our ideabooks 'Dining room tables' and 'Dining room ideas'

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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