Published at Sunday, January 14th, 2018 - 01:31:20 AM. Chair. By Darcel Leclerc.
These days, it is really a popular trend to mix and match your dining room chairs and your dining room table. One way you can keep the same style would be to add differe t arm chairs for the head of the table, but keeping the chairs on either side of the table matching. This will give your dining room a nice style without being overly dramatic bold. Actually using totally different styles of chairs is definitely a bolder move and might not be the right choice for your style or your room. If your table is made out of wood, you will have a bigger selection of styles and designs of chairs that you can mix and match. But if you have purchased a table with a glass top or a marble top, you might be a little more limited in the choices of chairs that would blend well with your table.
When many people visualize a traditional décor, they think of large, formal dining rooms and sitting rooms. A fully skirted, richly upholstered parsons chair does look positively regal! However, traditional parsons chairs can be adapted for more casual environments as well. These designs are timeless and elegant, rarely going out of fashion. Traits of traditional parsons style chairs include wooden legs in deep, classic finishes such as cherry, walnut, mahogany and dark oak. The legs are often in the "s-curved" Queen Anne style-- also called cabriole legs - or in the bolder Chippendale style. The chair backs are generally scrolled, crescent or camel shape, giving them a touch more formality. Traditional parsons chairs can be fully skirted, with triple or box pleats for a fancier look.
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