Create your own unique set of chairs with any of our three models
The dining area in an apartment is as individual as the dishes that are prepared for it. Here are three useful tips to help you configure your perfect dining room chair:
1. To sit in a comfortable position at a table you need enough legroom, as well as sufficient distance between the seat of your chair and the lower edge of the table. Just under 30 cm is ideal, so that you have enough space to sit and move around. Should you design an armchair as a dining room chair, it is important that it can be easily pushed under the table.
2. Your dining room chair should also be as comfortable as possible so that you can enjoy long evenings with friends and family. Upholstered chairs or chairs with interchangeable seat cushions are particularly suitable for this. A high backrest supports your posture and thus your back muscles, as well as side rests on which you can relax your arms.
3. In order to enjoy your chairs for as long as possible, they should withstand friction, heavy use and constant stress over the long term. Stable wooden chairs with interchangeable seat cushions in various colours and shapes are particularly suitable here.
Do you prefer a uniform look or a casual mix of chairs?
The uniform look creates a soft elegance thanks to its identically designed chairs. With light colour combinations, such as a modern gray-wood mix, it gives your dining area a pleasant calm.
A mix of chairs, on the other hand, creates an exciting effect. With different colorful chairs you can express your creativity and shape your dining area into a unique ensemble. You can mix the colours, as well as different shapes and different materials.
The plastic of our seat shells consists of a sustainable and recycled fiber-reinforced synthetic and composite material. This plastic is made from renewable cellulose fibers, which not only reduces the use of oil-based plastics, but also reduces the carbon footprint by 50%. Without exception, all cellulose fibers come from sustainably managed forests.