Industrialize Your Dining Room With Metal Dining Chairs

There something quite familiar about wooden dining chairs. Everyone has or had them in their home at some point. So no matter how their design would look like, sometimes they just can’t seem to stand out. Perhaps a different texture or material would be a more successful option. Metal dining chairs are ideal if your wish is to impart an industrial look to the room.

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In a minimalist setting like this one, other types of dining chairs would have made the space feel crowded and tiny. The thin frames and overall sleek design allow this small dining nook to remain airy.

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The Tolix metal chairs are ideal if you wish to impart an instant French industrial look to your dining room. Balance out the décor with a wooden table and a rustic chandelier.

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What better way to emphasize strong contrasts than by combining a robust live edge dining table and a set of Eames wire chairs? Complement them all with some low-hanging pendant light fixtures with a delicate design.Available for $779.

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If you wish to create a laid back atmosphere in the dining room, consider these Regal Rochester metal patio chairs. Their metal structure give them an imposing allure but the design makes them relaxing and comfortable.{found on webberstudio}.

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The Emeco Navy chair has a classic appearance but with a modern twist. Complement them with a rustic wooden dining table and the result will be an eclectic yet balanced interior design.

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One of the easiest ways to add an industrial twist to the dining room is with aluminum chairs and the Delta side chairs make this really easy and natural. They’re robust but lightweight and have a pronounced industrial texture.Available fore $19.

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If, on the other hand, your desire is to maintain a modern vibe, the Mart Stam chairs allow you to do that thanks to their fluid, simple and eye-catching design. The cantilevered design also gives them a sculptural appearance.

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Of course, sometimes the best way to maintain balance is with a combination of wood and metal and this is exactly what the Elson chair offers in a sleek, modern form. The metal rods give it a light and archtiectural look while the mango wood offers it elegance.

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There are numerous other design choices. For example, this fleet brushed nickel chair is simple, comfortable and quite sculptural even. Designed by Jason Lewis, the chair is available at the price of $179.

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And let’s not forget about the outdoor dining areas, where metal chairs usually look natural. The Grid garden chairs, for example, are simple but not completely forgettable, thanks to the small accent details.{found on archiproducts}.

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The Leaf side chairs are even more interesting. Designed to resemble an element present in nature, the chairs have become iconic pieces, able to perfectly integrate in gardens and other outdoor spaces.Available for $504.

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There’s something really appealing about the design of the Lucy chair. The fluid seat and backrest, the sled base, the bold color and the combination of patterns give it an overall complete industrial look.Available for $425.

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And speaking of strong industrial vibes, take a look at the Reed chair. Although the multitude of antique zinc plated iron wires that wrap around the frame of the chair give it a harsh contour, the design is actually surprisingly comfortable.Available for $169.