Depending on your home, you may choose to eat in your kitchen due to space limitations or just when you want a more informal atmosphere. Keeping a few dining room chairs in your kitchen can cause clutter in smaller kitchens, but many modern spaces can accommodate a chair or two. In the following, you'll find out about some dining room chairs that will look great in your kitchen.
Design Within Reach stocks a lot of dining room chairs, at least one of which is bound to look great in your kitchen. Consider the Moller Model 77 Side Chair, which costs between $600-$900 depending on the combination of materials you choose. The Moller brand uses raw wood from environmentally friendly sources and uses a unique final polish that never touches a machine. The Danish chair is made of oak and comes with either a leather or natural woven seat, with all models measuring 19 3/4 inches wide and deep, with a 17 1/2 inch high seat and 30 1/2 inch overall height. DWR also carries a more retro look with its Saville Chair, which sells for $328. This upholstered dining chair has an angled back for good lumbar support, a foam seat and pure oak tapered legs. You can buy the chair in three colors, and it measures 18 3/4 inches wide, 19 3/4 inches deep and 38 1/4 inches tall.
The TOKEN Catenary Dining Chair is a much more in vogue look. Selling for $1,100 at 2Modern, this one comes in a variety of fabrics and finishes has a low profile with a slanted seat and a very short back, which encourages great posture. The chair is made of recycled steel, wood, leather and nylon and is manufactured entirely in Brooklyn, New York, leading to a chair you'll want to see in your most-used room.