Victorian style furniture is something of a mishmash of influences, as it modifies many other previously dominant styles, such as Elizabethan, Neoclassical and Gothic influences. Generally, Victorian chairs are known for being very ornamental and overdone, but that might be the right look for your dining room. In the following, you'll learn where you can find some great Victorian dining chairs.
If you'd like to pick up an inexpensive pair of Victorian style dining chairs, the discount store Sam's Club has you covered. The store sells the Aubrey Brown Finish Side Chair in a two pack for just $372. These Victorian side dining chairs are made of solid hardwood and veneers and use a 10-step finishing process that makes them quite durable. The chairs have fabric cushion seats with carved Victorian style legs. DutchCrafters carries another solid option in its Amish Ohio Victorian Queen Anne Dining Room Chair, which starts at $239. This chair has clean lines and is highly customizable, as you can choose to buy it with or without arms, and pick out either a bare, leather or fabric seat. While the standard dining chair is made of oak, you can choose to upgrade it to brown maple, cherry or walnut for a minimal cost. Free Shipping Furniture is a discount furniture website that sells a pair of Victorian dining chairs for far less than Sam's Club. The Mackinaw Victorian Dining End Chairs cost only $203 a pair and are made of pure oak. The chairs have intricate pressed designs, softly curved arms and turned supportive spindles. Lastly, for a more ornate Victorian dining chair, get the Victorian Balloon Chair from Design Toscano. This hand carved solid mahogany chair is an antique replica with a burgundy velvet body over its frame. The chair has detachable pillows, floral motifs and cabriolet legs.