Timeless seats that positively ooze class.
There’s a charming lack of formality about kitchen chairs that instantly oozes warmth and conviviality. Those in our edit practically invite you to take a seat, pour your favourite tipple and start chewing the fat with your nearest and dearest.
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And whatever style your kitchen, there’s something to suit. At the smart end of the scale there’s Porada’s Emma, resplendent with its walnut frame and teal upholstered seat.
Japanese minimalism is offered by both the Tenta from Sitting Firm Chairmakers and the Oaki from Northern, while traditional British style gets a modern update with the Beech Stickback at Baileys and the Bird by Michael Marriott for VG&P.
Mid-century style pops up in the form of the classic C-chair by Marcel Gascoin, originally designed in 1947 in post-war France, and is the influence for Swoon’s Olsen in mango wood.
Softer looks are provided by Soho Home’s Mollie with its paper cord seat and Taino from Oka with its woven backrest. So choose wisely, then sit back and relax..
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A modern take on the traditional stickback chair.
Michael Marriot's Bird chair offers a contemporary re-working of the classic wooden Windsor chair.
One of Marcel Gascoin’s most well-known pieces, the C-Chair Dining Chair was designed in 1947.
Nordic know-how meets the art of Japanese joinery in this charming Oaki chair.
This hand crafted Canaletta walnut frame is complemented with a padded cushion that can be upholstered in a range of beautiful fabrics and leathers.
This stylish seat comes as a pair and has a black stained solid beech wood frame and hand woven natural paper cord seat.
A quintessentially mid-century design with a cool and cosy cocooning shape.
Taking its namesake from the islanders who invented the hammock, this chair offers rustic style with its woven, curved back.
The Tenta chair is designed by the great Japanese master Koji Katsuragi, and is handmade in Coventry in solid Oak.