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I have to admit something. I am a bit of a chair addict. I love finding a fantastic chair in a new shade or pattern. In fact, chairs can be one of the most dynamic accent pieces in your home. Plus, they’re functional, not frivolous. A bright and fun chair can work perfectly in a living room, office, and of course, at the dining room table. And the brighter and bolder the shade, the bigger the wow factor.

House Beautiful

House Beautiful

This set of chairs is exactly what I’m talking about. Beautifully designed and in a bold shade of lipstick red, this dining room seating really stands out, especially when placed against an all-white color scheme and the vintage chairs at the head of the table.

House to Home

House to Home

These peacock blue dining chairs are another great example. Colorful chairs can work even in the most traditional of spaces.

Henri Dining Chair

Henri Dining Chair

An almost infinite range of hues is fair game, so just pick your favorite color and go crazy with it! This coral pink Henri Dining Chair from Anthropologie is at the top of my list.

Green A-16 Bentwood Chair

Green A-16 Bentwood Chair

And if green is your color, how about this apple green Bentwood Chair?

Venezia Mustard Yellow Chair

Venezia Mustard Yellow Chair

CB2 has outfitted this patio chair in a perfect mustard yellow.

Turquoise America Chair

Turquoise America Chair

And for a budget-friendly punch of color, check out this simple America Chair at Conran USA. It’s really pretty in turquoise and would look lovely with a collection of 6 or so around a dining room table. (It also comes in orange.)

By the way, if you’re looking for a colorful modern armchair, check out my post on Le Corbusier from Design Within Reach.

2 Responses

  1. m. cortizo says:

    Great collection of chairs! Especially love the peacock blue chairs against the grey wall!

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