Mid Century Upholstered Chair

Mid Century Upholstered Chair

With its wide seat, sloping back and velvet upholstery, our Mid-Century Dining Chair is comfortable enough for long dinner parties while remaining entirely easy on the eyes. Go ahead, pull up a seat.
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Mid Century Upholstered Chair

With its wide seat, sloping back and velvet upholstery, our Mid-Century Dining Chair is comfortable enough for long dinner parties while remaining entirely easy on the eyes. Go ahead, pull up a seat. 20.5″w x 24.5″d x 32.5″h. Velvet upholstery. Lagoon and Dove Gray have metal legs in an Oil-Rubbed Bronze finish. Wasabi and Berry have metal legs in a Blackened Brass finish. Imported.
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Mid Century Upholstered Chair

Named for the way the upholstery peeks through its solid wood frame, our Mid-Century Show Wood Chair packs good looks and comfort into one sleek silhouette. Did we mention its sculptural arms and wide, welcoming seat? Stone Dot + Aegean Blue Dot prints created in collaboration with Margo Selby. Learn more. 26″w x 31.6″d x 32.3″h. Solid wood legs in a Pecan finish. Cross Dash Irongate fabric option has solid wood legs in an Oak finish. Imported.
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Mid Century Upholstered Chair

Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreWhat style chairs work for my space?As you pick out the pattern, color and material, start by understanding what you like and what will blend in (or stand out) in your current midcentury decor. A tufted or wingback club chair gives off an elegant, sophisticated vibe, while an piece with nailhead details or chevron pattern is more contemporary. Bring a pop of color to your space with a bright or multicolored option, or add some much-needed pattern in an all-white room. You can also add style by experimenting with material. Leather and wood are classic options, while an upholstered or plastic piece can veer more modern, depending on the other finishes. When it comes to material, you want to think about both practicality and design; after all, wood and plastic are more durable when little kids or pets are involved since they’re easy to wipe up and hard to ruin.
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Mid Century Upholstered Chair

What style chairs work for my space?As you pick out the pattern, color and material, start by understanding what you like and what will blend in (or stand out) in your current midcentury decor. A tufted or wingback club chair gives off an elegant, sophisticated vibe, while an piece with nailhead details or chevron pattern is more contemporary. Bring a pop of color to your space with a bright or multicolored option, or add some much-needed pattern in an all-white room. You can also add style by experimenting with material. Leather and wood are classic options, while an upholstered or plastic piece can veer more modern, depending on the other finishes. When it comes to material, you want to think about both practicality and design; after all, wood and plastic are more durable when little kids or pets are involved since they’re easy to wipe up and hard to ruin.
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Mid Century Upholstered Chair

Whether it’s a rocking chair for the front porch or a cushy armchair for your reading nook, we all need a seat or two (or three) in our home. A recliner or chaise lounge is always a popular living room addition, while a glider, reading chair or massage chair is relaxing in a bedroom. Regardless of what you’re looking for, the options are endless, and the search is overwhelming. As you add more midcentury chairs to your home, consider the following: More

Mid Century Upholstered Chair

Mid Century Upholstered Chair

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