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Art deco dining chairs

Art deco dining chairs bring a celebration of modern life into your home. They pair nicely with our collection of art deco dining tables. Or you could blend your dining room styles. Try antique for more opulent carvings and designs. Retro will give the room an eclectic look. And rustic adds a warm charm to art deco dining chairs.



Art deco dining chairs take you right back to the roaring 20s and 30s. The style began in France as a natural successor to art nouveau furniture and soon made its way around the world. It began in response to the changing times. Households had more money and there was a sense of optimism around the end of WWI.



Key features of art deco furniture are clean lines, geometric shapes and an emphasis on more is more. It’s all about deep, rich colours blended with glitzy ones. Think gold, silver, black, deep blues and emerald greens.

Styling your art deco dining chairs


Art deco style isn’t for the faint hearted. It’s all about lavish designs and colours paired with quality materials. It can overwhelm a room or it can be daringly bold. Here are some top tips for styling your art deco dining chairs.



  • Stick to a colour scheme. Go with black or dark grey as your base. Layer on some gold and silver - a combination of both is fine when it comes to art deco. And then choose your accent colour. Deep blues, emerald greens, velvety reds or sunny yellows are great choices.

  • Find a table to match. It doesn’t need to be art deco, but using similar materials and colour schemes is best when it comes to choosing a dining table to match your art deco dining chairs.

  • Think about the surroundings. Go for opulence with a chandelier over the table. Choose some gorgeous art deco vases to sit on top. Or pop a gorgeous vintage rug underneath the whole setup.




  • Just remember - the rules are made to be broken. Art deco is all about fun so it’s best not to take it too seriously.