Are These Chairs the Most Versatile Dining Chairs Ever?

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    Are These Chairs the Most Versatile Dining Chairs Ever?

    For years, I was like Goldilocks when it came to

    dining chairs
    . I went through three different sets before finally settling on vintage

    Paul McCobb Planner Group chairs. They’re decidedly mid-century in their provenance, but

    really, they’re a riff on a classic spindle chair that could have been designed by the

    Shakers. I chose them because they are simple, sturdy, and comfortable, but I would also

    argue that this type of modern spindle chair is one of the most versatile dining chairs you

    can purchase. 

        Today’s spindle chairs can easily go farmhouse or modern, depending on what table and

    linens you pair them with. They also have a knack for looking right at home in both casual

    and formal settings. Many are painted black, which both harks back to traditional Windsor

    chairs and creates a visually striking silhouette, but you can find them in a range of

    finishes or paint some in a rainbow of shades yourself, if you want to. If you’re looking

    to upgrade your dining table setup, consider these eight spindle

    armchair contenders. They’re all made

    from solid wood, so they are built to last for years—and will likely still be in style for

    the long haul.

        Salt Chair

        Ton’s beech Ironica chair, sold by Design Within Reach as the “Salt Chair,” is an

    icon in its own right. The company has been selling this slender take on a spindle for more

    than a decade and currently stocks four finishes—white, grey, black and natural. This is

    one instance when DWR is more “within reach.” If you search for the Ironica from other

    retailers, you will find other colors but with higher price points.

        J77 Dining Chair

        Hay is another European manufacturer that makes its own modern take on a spindle chair.

    Their J77 dining chair is a personal favorite, thanks to its stylish, lower-profile back.

    This design is part of Hay’s 2011 relaunch of furniture originally made for FDB, the

    Danish Consumers’ Co-operative Society in the 1940s, and it comes in a few different

    colors as well.

        Magnolia Home Vermont Chimney Dining Side Chair

        Of course Joanna Gaines, the queen of modern farmhouse style, has not one, but two,

    spindle chairs in her collection for Living Spaces. This particular style skews a little

    more on the rustic side and has just the right proportions for a smaller dining area or

    breakfast nook.

        NORRARYD chair

        IKEA discontinued their OLLE chair, which was my favorite of their spindle

    dining chairs and the perfect

    match to my son’s junior chair, but they do have an option in their current catalog. The

    NORRARYD chair, which comes in black and white, costs just $75, so it’s a great budget

    option, even if the OLLE was a little more sleek.

        Taylor Solid Wood Dining Chairs

        Joss & Main sells many takes on a spindle chair, but the Taylor Solid Wood Dining Chair

    comes in an interesting two-tone colorway that sets it apart from many of the others on the

    market. These would be at home in any Scandi or farmhouse  modern decor scheme.
        Windsor Dining Chairs

        West Elm’s Windsor Dining Chairs are a surprisingly affordable option at less than

    $100 apiece. These are a collaboration with the London-based designer Aaron Probyn. You’ll

    have to wait a little while for these, since like many of the brand’s furniture pieces,

    they’re backordered until October. If you order now though, you’ll have them well before

    hosting Thanksgiving (if that’s a possibility this year).
        Thatcher Chair
        If American-made is important to you, the Thatcher Chair with

    bar stool from Room & Board is a

    solid but expensive option. The back is slightly higher than most dining chairs and

    dining table, which creates a

    dramatic silhouette. Crafted from maple with mortise-and-tenon joints, you can consider

    this style an heirloom in the making.

        Spindle Solid Wood Windsor Back Side Chair

        Want to make a bold move? Try this set of chairs finished in a shiny, electric shade of

    raspberry. They’re the perfect way to perk up a white tulip style table and can also work

    with blonde and mid-tone woods, too.


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