Who says dining chairs have to be predictable? No longer is it necessary to match tables, chairs, china cabinets, and hutches. Today’s styles make formal dining more casual and comfortable, elegant and interesting. Modern chairs can be paired with traditional double pedestal dining tables, while rustic farmhouse style tables are fashionably complimented by industrial metal chairs. While mixing and matching chairs and tables is chic and in vogue, it can be a challenge to put it all together. Green Front can help you make your dining chairs work for your table, your room, and your guests. There are lots of options: do you prefer your dining tables to have arms, or no? Do you prefer a upholstered look or the minimalism of wood? Is comfort your main priority? Why not try a banquette to anchor one side of a rectangular dining table? Taylor King’s Timmons Banquette offers ample seating with a tight seat and high back, perfect when you have extra guests. For a natural look that suits industrial, mid-century, or even modern décor, Nuevo’s Shell chair blends a sleek white seat with fumed oak legs. For streamlined elegance, Jessica Charles offers the 1947 Paloma Dining Chair, with hints of art deco styling in its black lacquer legs and dusty blue velvet cushions. Whether you are looking to buy a matching set, or mix up your dining for an eclectic feel, Green Front has all the options you need. Let us help you style your dining room today.