If your New Year’s resolutions include a dining room refresh, consider these eight beautiful new options for dining chairs.
Fritz Hansen — Vico Duo
First designed by Vico Magistretti for Fritz Hansen in 1997, the Danish company has reissued the Vico Duo chair in honor of what would have been the late designer’s 100th birthday. The simple yet elegant chair still cuts as much of a striking silhouette as when it first debuted.
Victoria & Son — Cole Porter Armchair
Designed with Victoria & Son’s onetime client Cole Porter in mind, this Louis XVI–style armchair is a sophisticated take on a classic piece.
Arteriors — Lyford Chair
When designing this timeless rattan piece for her collection with Arteriors, Atlanta designer Beth Webb was inspired by an African chair she encountered on travels abroad as well as her love of the Bahamas.
Dowel — Varenne and Tamarisk Chairs
From Dowel’s collection with New York–based designer Josh Greene, the Varenne and Tamarisk chairs feature simple forms and strong geometric shapes, and each is made of a sumptuous German-sourced oak.
Coley Home — The Cube and the Harper Bench
The Harper Bench and The Cube from Coley Home are perfect for those looking for a more versatile dining chair and are available either upholstered or slipcovered in dozens of fabric options.
Expormim — Frames
Designed with small spaces in mind, the rattan Frames chair from Expormim packs serious style into a demure package. The chair can be done with or without arms and comes in understated natural hues as well as a striking shade of red.
Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.