Modern dining table chairs can make or break the whole ambiance of your room. Beyond aesthetics, the three iconic chairs featured today offer comfort and adaptability. You have Greek panache with the Anziano Chair, curves of Globus Chair and camouflage of Ghost Chair to pick from.
With modern homes adopting open floor plans that do away with walls, the line between the dining area and the kitchen might be blurred. But it still means you need a fabulous table along with a few sizzling chairs to truly complete that picture-perfect setting. There are always some perpetually popular chair options for the dining table like the classic Cherner Chair and the inimitable Tulip chairs from Eero Saarinen.
But today we turn our focus towards a trio of modern icons that are quickly becoming undeniable timeless classics. Elegant, exquisite and glamorous, they hold their own in pretty much any setting even while blending in effortlessly…
Enduring Design of the Anziano Chair
The Anziano Chair has roots that date back to the Greeks, who called them the Klismos chairs. With time and changing trends, the initial design has undergone several changes. Inheriting some of the futuristic style from the Mid-Century modern revolution in furniture design and embracing the diverse textures and finishes of modern decor, the current Anziano chair is indeed a classic that has withstood the test of time.
by Tom Stringer Design Partners
by Jessica Lagrange
Sculptural in its form, the gentle curves of the back are coupled with a square silhouette to deliver a chair that looks great at pretty much any dining table. It can also be easily tucked away when not in use, making it an ergonomic addition to small homes.
by S. B. Long Interiors
by Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
by TAS Construction
by Susan Fredman Design Group
by Benco Construction
Gorgeous Globus Chair
Desgined by Jesús Gasca in 1994, the curvy delight that is the Globus Chair is a perfect addition to sleek, contemporary dining rooms that exude sophistication and elegance. Available in molded beech, plywood or plastic, the chair adds a hint of visual contrast to modern homes dominated by clean and well-defined lines. The cut out in the back is another cool visual element that draws your attention, and you can always easily move one of these chairs from the dining room to the bedroom office to quickly fashion a home office nook.
by Oldham Hirst Design
by drozda+others architects
by Jared Sherman Epps
Comfortable and compact, this chair acquires a whole new dimension when placed in trendy, minimalist settings. Be it small breakfast nooks that need space-conscious decor or expansive halls hosting a gala party, the Globus is a charismatic addition that never seems to fail!
by Rachel Reider Interiors
by John Onken Architects
by Risinger Homes
by Portal Design
by Artaic – Innovative Mosaic
by Rachel Reider Interiors
Vanishing Act of the Ghost Chair!
You must have stumbled upon the exceptional Louis Ghost Chair several times before. And often, you would have simply looked beyond it, as you were too busy drooling about some other stunning decor piece in the room. That is precisely what makes the Ghost Chair such an exceptional piece that merges effortlessly with any theme or color scheme that you already have going in your house. Another great advantage of having these acrylic chairs is the visual spaciousness that they lend to a room.
by Goyo Photography
by Al’s Custom Woodworking
by Arnal Photography
Their transparent form ensures that your line of sight is unhindered, and you can pretty much choose a dining table in any material or finish to go along with these versatile chairs. Obviously a glass table with acrylic chairs is the most obvious choice, but the Ghost Chairs from Phillipe Starck work well even with a rustic table crafted from reclaimed wood!
by MDSX Contractors
by House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
by AMEK Custom Builders
All three chairs offer something exceptional and distinctive. Whether you love the flowing curves of the Globus or the trendy aesthetics of the Ghost Chair, be sure to pick a dining table chair that fits the larger design scheme, and do not overwhelm your dining space or vice versa.
by Laird Jackson Design House
by Wormald Homes at Monocacy Park
by Jenny Martin Design
by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design