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The Chairs Guide

 Outfitting your home with quality chairs makes all the difference. If you are looking to outfit your rooms with seating, we're here to help make your home complete with our chair buying guide, from a functional dining room and a comfortable living room to an ergonomic office chair.


  

Dining Chairs

Chairs are a mainstay in the dining room. Your dining chairs should comfortably sit around your table, giving guests ample elbow space for getting in and out of their seats. They should match in style and size to ensure a cohesive flow.


Living Room Chairs

There are many types of living room chairs you can use to furnish your house, add extra seating space, and present an accessorizing touch. From a reclining seat designed for comfort to a decorative hall chair.

 
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F.A.Q.

How do you measure a chair?

Begin by measuring the chair's height from the floor to the highest point on the backrest. Next, measure the width of the seat, including any armrests, to determine how much space it will occupy. Consider the depth of the seat, from the front edge to the backrest, to make sure it offers adequate space. Finally, measure the overall width and depth of the chair to gauge its footprint and compatibility with your room and furniture layout. 

How do you determine if a chair can be used indoors or outdoors?

Determining whether a chair is suitable for indoor or outdoor use primarily depends on its construction materials and design features. Chairs crafted from weather-resistant materials such as treated wood, aluminum, or durable plastic are typically good for outdoor use as they can withstand exposure to the elements without deteriorating. Chairs with features like UV protection or rust-resistant finishes are well-suited to stand the test of time in outdoor environments. 

Chairs made from delicate materials like upholstered fabric or untreated wood may be better suited for indoor use, where they can be protected from harsh weather conditions and prolonged exposure to sunlight.

How do you match chairs with existing furniture?

Style, scale, and color palette are important factors in creating a cohesive space. Begin by identifying the predominant design elements of your existing furniture, such as the style (modern, traditional, rustic, etc.) and material finishes (wood, metal, upholstery, etc.). Choose chairs that complement these elements, either by harmonizing with existing styles or providing a tastefully contrasting visual interest. 


Pay attention to the scale of the chairs relative to other furniture pieces so they are proportionate and balanced within the space. You might consider coordinating colors or textures to create an inviting ambiance. For example, wooden chairs featuring a distressed finish or upholstered seats in earthy tones would look exceptional alongside rustic farmhouse-style dining tables.