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When dining with friends or family, your dining room furniture says a lot about you and your home. Whether you are looking to portray comfort, style or elegance, the perfect Edwardian dining chairs can elevate the room and provide a conversation piece during dinner. The Edwardian era was synonymous with elegance and this is very much in evidence in our fine collection of dining chairs. From exquisite carvings and inlays, to sumptuous upholstered seating, luxury is the key word. Explore the Vinterior range today to find the perfect chairs for your dining room.
Choosing Edwardian dining chairsWhether your dining room is only used for special occasions or it is employed every day at meal times, getting the perfect chairs is crucial to your guests’ or family’s comfort and enjoyment. The Edwardian era bridged the gap between hand-crafted excellence and machined mass production to provide pieces of real quality and precision-engineering.
The ability to turn out perfect reproductions led to a revival of the Queen Anne style that is evidenced in many of our dining chairs. Beautifully shaped cabriole legs to the front, joined by a curved frieze, are matched with outswinging back legs to form an elegant base. A delicate rosewood inlay adorns both the exquisitely carved splats and top, with intricate upholstery completing the look.
If your tastes are simpler, but no less elegant, a set of Edwardian oak and leather dining chairs may be for you. Reflecting the style of the 1700s, this set offers effortless style. Mahogany Baluster turned front legs matched with square section rear legs and a quality 'H' stretcher add to the stability and strength of this type of chair.
Why choose Vinterior for Edwardian dining chairs?Here at Vinterior, our range of Edwardian dining chairs reflects both the reproduction pieces that became fashionable in the era along with the Art Nouveau style that was introduced in the early twentieth century. If you are looking for an individual chair as a centrepiece, a pair or a set of four or six, the large Vinterior collection will meet your needs. From the simplest pair of painted farmhouse chairs to the most exquisite mahogany and rosewood inlaid dining chairs, quality is evident in every piece.
As well as Queen Anne reproductions, the simple and elegant style of George Hepplewhite made a return with his distinctive narrow splats reproduced to great effect. Matched with luxurious velvet upholstery and mellow mahogany a set of Hepplewhite inspired dining chairs would grace any dining room. From Christmas dinner to long, lazy family lunches, your dining room chairs will be a regular fixture in your life. Invest in the right ones and they will become part of the family.
Why shop with Vinterior for Edwardian dining chairs?Here at Vinterior, we pride ourselves on offering not only high quality, authentic furniture but also lovingly restored pieces. Our Edwardian dining room chair collection has some stunning examples. Classic mahogany dining chairs with rosewood inlaid detailing have been given a new lease of life with recovered seats. These finishes reflect the Art Nouveau movement with floral patterns picked out in vibrant colouring to give a glorious new look. Also, keep an eye out for rustic painted farmhouse chairs that have had the original cane replaced to make the perfect addition to any country kitchen.
Are you looking for inspiration for your dining room? Do you want to find the right pieces to complement your dining table? Browse our range of Edwardian dining chairs today to spark your imagination and see what is possible in your dining room.