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Gorgeous vintage hall chairs


Our vintage hall chairs bring you a variety of eras and styles that can complement any home. Peruse our collection to find rare 1700s mahogany and oak chairs, detailed Victorian chairs from the 1800s and stunning 1900s hand carved wooden chairs.



No timeless vintage hall chair collection would be complete without the popular designers who made these chairs memorable. That’s why you’ll find sought after designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Charles & Ray Eames and Hans J. Wegner in our collection. We also stock a range of hall chairs from high end brands, such as Thonet, Fritz Hansen, Herman Miller, Knoll and Castelli.



Hall chairs were first introduced in the mid 18th century. They were used in great hallway entrances as decorative pieces and commonly used solid woods such as oak or mahogany.



Want to keep your vintage hall chairs authentic? Then we recommend you choose one of our mahogany or oak chairs, either as a single chair or in a set.



If you’re going big on character in your hallway, we also recommend that you pair your hall chairs with a Victorian side table. Or place them next to a French antique sideboard.



Looking for a more luxurious feel for your hallway? Go all out with leather or velvet upholstered armchairs and couple them with an art deco chandelier for a truly opulent feel.

How to pick and style a vintage hall chair in your home?


With a variety of colours to choose from, you can discover vintage hall chairs that perfectly complement your colour scheme. Keep it classical with a natural wood brown hall chair. Or add a splash of colour in your hall with a vibrant blue, red or green chair.



Sort our collection by price and find the right chair for your purse. You can find budget friendly singular hall chairs, or sets for less than £200. We also have rare collectible hall chairs that’ll look truly stunning in grand entrance ways.



Traditional is great. But sometimes it pays to break the rules. That’s why, as well as traditional mahogany and oak hall chairs, you can also choose from other materials, such as walnut, beech, steel, plastic, elm, rosewood and much more.



Styling your vintage hall chairs is effortless. Most look stunning by themselves. But if you want to add more character to your hall, we’ve got you covered. Why not try placing a vintage sign above your hall chairs? You can either choose a sign from the same era as your chairs or mix and match different periods. If a vintage sign is too quirky for your entryway, then try to keep it traditional by adding some wall art.