Bring some fabulously clean-lined comfort to your dining room with the classy Maggie Dining Chair. Supremely simple in shape, the Maggie Dining Chair is features a comfortable seat and upholstery, ideal for even the longest family meals.
First introduced in 1951, the Eames Wire Chair was an immediate hit. Distinctively, unmistakably Eames, this chrome metal chair has stood the test of time and is as popular today as it was half a century ago. The airy silhouette of this seat is made of cross-woven wires and positioned on a bent-wire, welded "Eiffel Tower" base. The Wire Chair adds artistic interest - and functional seating - to residences and workplaces alike.
A beauty of industrial design, the Graph Chair graces dining tables without hogging too much attention. This dining chair's stainless steel frame provides a sleek base that supports its upholstered seat and back. Sold as a set of 2.
The Quartet Chair from Commonhouse relies on quality materials, thoughtful construction and a subdued style to bring both comfort and beauty to your life. A contoured, floating seat promises to keep you comfortable no matter whether you're sitting down for dinner or readying for a long night of work. The curved back rest provides comfort and a beautiful touch of minimal style. The Commonhouse Quartet Chair combines the best of Amish and Mennonite woodworking with a modern design for one breathtaking piece.
The Lala Swivel Stool brings style and comfort to your counter or bar. Solid wood frame and base provides plenty of support while comfortable seat and upholstery keep any user relaxed. The slightly flared arms add a touch of style and support your limbs. Give your counter or bar seating you can be proud of.
The Skovby DC 56 Dining Chair is a high-back dining chair with a gracefully curved wood slat-style back. Solid wood construction with oval-shaped legs. Seat is upholstered in fabric or leather. Comes as a set of two dining chairs.
The Cherner Stool with Arms and Chrome Metal Base has the classic shape we've come to love about Norman Cherner's molded plywood seating. This mid-century dining stool is available as a counterstool or barstool, with optional seat pad. Made in the USA in a number of finishes.
The Skovby SM 59 Dining Chair is contemporary, yet subdued. Fully upholstered except for its arms, this dining chair has an all-metal frame with exposed tubular steel arms and legs. Matching arm pads are optional. Comes as a set of two arm chairs.
Stefano Giovannoni and Magis teamed up to produce the Chair First. The Chair First is constructed using a gas-molding process that lets the chair be formed in one piece. The stackable Chair First from Magis can be used indoors and outdoors and its unique construction ensures greater strength than most stacking chairs.
The Magis Chair_One was designed by Konstantin Grcic and is a sculptural piece designed to provide comfort and support. The aluminum construction ensures lightweight strength. The Magis Chair_One is a great side chair or dining chair, a stylish accent piece for your home.
The Cherner Metal Base Armchair takes the iconic molded plywood Cherner chair seat and gives it a polished chromed steel base and arms with matching plywood armrests. Made from original drawings and molds, this chair is a mid-century classic.
Designed by Harry Bertoia the Bertoia Side Chair from Knoll features a steel rod construction that is both eye-catching and supportive. The chair's designs stems from Bertoia's fascination with negative space; the wires highlight form and structure while conveying a minimal feel.