Dining Room Maurella Monday, August 07th, 2017 17:04:47 PM.
It’s all about height. Although you are going with a mismatched set, there is one area that you should match and that is height. Making sure that your chairs are the correct height to your dining room table is the best way to make your mismatched dining room style to work. If the chairs are too short, they will look off, too tall and you won’t be able to sit at the table comfortably.
Look to your chairs for versatility: Believe it or not the difference between one set of chairs and another can make all the difference of the formality of the room. By leaving the same dining room table formal chairs that have a straight high back or upholstered varieties will bring formality instantly to your dining table. If you’d prefer to have the setting feel casual, consider lower profile chairs with shorter backs, and more playful materials such as metal, wood or even plastic.
Look for sturdy chairs. One of the biggest complaints that people have about dining room chairs is that they aren’t sturdy. Many times with a dining room chair, you often feel as though you are going to tip over at the slightest lift of your fork. When you are choosing the chairs for your mismatched dining room, make sure that you look for function before style. Trust me, you and your guests will appreciate it and if you can find function and style, all the better.
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