Dining Chairs

At LivingStyles, we believe that the dining room is the heart of any home. That's why we offer the latest range of dining chairs, kitchen chairs and tables. We believe that a dining room chair is more than just a place to sit, it's an opportunity to elevate your dining experience and complete the look of your dining room.

Our extensive collection of dining chairs is designed to cater to every style and taste. From modern dining chairs in a variety of metals to traditional wooden dining chairs or elegant fabric dining chairs, we have something to suit every need.

Looking for a statement piece? Go for timber dining chairs in a bold colour or go all out with dark and broody black leather dining chairs or delicate and sumptuous white fabric dining chairs. Mix and match different styles for a bohemian look, or choose a complete dining table set for a unified appearance. Whatever your preference, we have the perfect option for you.

At LivingStyles, we understand the importance of comfort when it comes to dining room chairs. That's why our collection includes comfortable and attractive options that will transform your dining space. Whether you're hosting a dinner party or enjoying a family meal, our dining chairs will provide the perfect seating solution. Don't forget to check out our bar stools range for tall seating options.

Shopping for dining chairs online in Australia has never been easier. Browse our collection today and find the perfect option to enhance your dining experience. At LivingStyles, we're committed to providing our customers with high-quality products and exceptional customer service. Shop with us today and experience the difference.

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How do I choose the right dining room chairs?

Choosing a dining room chair is easy with these three tips:
Decide on style: What sort of style will match your overall home decor? Choose a style of chair that compliments the room aesthetically.
Select materials: Do you want a wooden chair, metal chair or fabric upholstered chair? Once you’ve decided on your material, choose a colour that will compliment your dining table.
Consider size: Is your chair too big? Measure the length between your dining room legs and allow a comfortable amount of space between each chair.

Do dining chairs have to match?

Whether or not your dining chairs match is your prerogative. At the very least, they should all fit under one style umbrella, meaning they should all look somewhat similar. One way to do this is to choose the same chair style but in different colours. Another option may be to choose a variety of chair styles in the same wood finish.

If mix and matching isn’t for you, simply purchase a set of identical chairs.

What type of fabric is best for dining room chairs?

The perfect fabric for a dining room chair will be stain-resistant and easily cleaned. It should also be durable and made for wear, so avoid anything that will condense over time.

Here are some common dining room chair upholstery fabrics:
-Leather: A robust, durable fabric that is effortless to clean.
-Linen: High-quality fabric that is often used in more formal settings.
-Nylon: A synthetic fibre, nylon is stain and wrinkle resistant.

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