Get Inspired By These Luxury Dining Chairs Designed by Top Interior Designers
Luxury dining chairs make your dining room even more beautiful. These conversation-starting dining chairs are sure to wow. With luxurious details and trending styles, there’s a luxury dining chair for every look and occasion.
Hubert Le Gall‘s work is a bold combination of sophisticated and playful. Inspired by the likes of Salvador Dali, Jean Cocteau, the Surrealists and Max Ernst, Le Gall introduces humor and beauty into everyday life. Self-taught as an artist and sculptor before delving into design, uses classic materials to create pieces that inspire laughter and enchantment, while being meticulously crafted. A fixed star on the international design scene, he exhibits and sells his work globally. Though he loves classical French furniture, Le Gall says: “I want to be of my own time.”. This luxury dining chair is called Judith and is made with aluminum gilded in white gold feet.
The Back-Wing chair designed by Patricia Urquiola combines wood craftsmanship and the tactility of leather to create an extremely comfortable chair with an architectural form. The structure of this solid natural, stained oak or stained black ashwood chair, stands out for the large sections of the legs and the cross pieces that highlight its solid form. In contrast, its slender seat upholstered in leather seems almost to have been placed on top and folds like a sheet of paper around the rear of the frame. Its fine padding and the ergonomic angle of the enveloping backrest, which also acts as an armrest, make Back-Wing surprisingly comfortable. The upholstery of Back-Wing is elegantly completed without visible stitching and with a leather piping that neatly traces and defines the contemporary chair’s edge.
Tudor modern dining chair and cabinet for Established and Sons in April 2009. The family of storage systems uses simple symbolic forms to emulate the theatrical architecture and opulence of the 16th Century. Iconic forms loyal to the Tudor period are evident in the shapes used within the details of the design, particularly in the glass panel and door handles. The high gloss lacquer finish, available in white, red or black speaks of royal luxury in a modern context.
The Tudor chairs take their inspiration from the six wives of Henry VIII, each with its own identity expressed through variations of upholstery and finishing. The highly polished finishes and upholstery stitching inspired from traditional quilting help the chairs emanate fine opulence and spectacle with a modern flair.
“It’s an intimate experience. It’s the relation to space, going also to time, that is important.” In identifying the Italian brand’s neoclassicism to the city’s eccentricity, India Mahdavi chose to transform to store to into a genuine apartment in witch the colors, the objects, the furniture all in curves are and an invitation to experience, to the time suspended and round.
Based on heavy wooden chairs of the Gothic period, the design was originally created for Studio Job‘s ‘Job Lounge’ project at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands.
Studio Job have re-interpreted the solid wood and romantic elegance of the Gothic style and presented a playful, light chair made from brightly coloured rotation moulded plastic and contrasting ‘upholstery’ buttons.
“I bought a magnificent 16th-century style, neo-Gothic chair in an antique shop and put it on the table at Moooi, proposing that this complex handcrafted archetype be produced by the industrial method of rotational moulding. Studio Job drew up a design that acknowledged all the limitations of rotational moulding without sacrificing the character of the original model. The Gothic Chair was born lucky right from the beginning. An affordable and functional archetype for indoors and out. Gothic Chair is available in a bright spectrum of ten colours.” – Job Smeets
The clean, architectural lines and casual sensibility of the Zuma Dining Chair make this unique dining chair a modern classic. The bent Oak frame with its sweeping curves comes in an Ebonized or Bleached finish with thoughtful brass detailing. The tightly upholstered seat back wraps trimly around the frame and the boxed seat has a self-welt detail. The underside of the seat features Kelly Wearstler badging and a unique artfully printed dust cover. These luxury dining chairs are crafted in her Los Angeles workshop and are available in a curated selection of leathers and fabrics.
Ona is his first collection for German furniture brand Freifrau. The design is inspired by the idea of having upholstered piping which accentuates the silhouette of the seat. The delicate detail gives the modern dining chair a strong and iconic presence.
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