With channeled cushions and a solid wood frame, the Olsen dining chair evokes timeless, modern character. Crafted in Vermont, Olsen’s comfortable seat encourages you to sit back and relax after a meal.
This dining table and chair combination is decidedly Scandinavian. The natural wood is highlighted through the Sand stain on both the Julian table and Evan chairs. A stainless steel pedestal base gives the table modern flair.
Organic, live edge wood goes modern in this unique pairing of the Chilton table and leather Lira chairs. Both the table and chairs feature architectural, natural steel bases that make the pairing feel intentional.
The Parsons round table tucks neatly into this eat-in kitchen. The ash top feature a Sand stain, so you get all the beauty of natural wood but in a lighter hue, helping keep this small space feel open.
Any top material looks beautiful on the Aria table, but we love how walnut brings some natural wood into this kitchen. Petite in scale but big in style, the graphite base makes it easy to gather three Soren chairs around.
The Ventura table and Georgia chairs are both inspired by mid-century style, making them a classic pairing. The reverse-beveled tabletop has the slightest curve, making the softly shaped Georgia chairs feel right at home.