Modern American furniture has introduced has revolutionized the way we design our interior and furnish the house. There are literally hundreds of genres and categories and then further subcategories in both of the seating and non-seating furniture. Every furniture product is enormously diversified and you can find a wide range of variety by material, design, functionality, color, fabric, size and so on, such as, leather recliners, futon bunk beds, wooden writing tables, fabric dining chairs, etc.; there is a never ending variety in of the products in the modern furniture and there is no question of unavailability of the one piece you are looking for in the market.
In this article, the main focus of our discussion is dining chairs. Will discuss some common and trendy types of dining chairs available in the market, such as, fabric dining chairs, upholstered dining chairs, cushioned dining chairs, etc.
Cushioned chairs, as clear from the name have a cushioned seat and back to support and provide a soft and comfortable touch. Cushions may or may not be removable, depends upon the manufactures and design of the product.
Upholstered chairs are the fabric dining chairs, with a fabricated seat, back and arms too, in some cases. Upholstered chairs usually have a wooden frame.
Bar-height Dining Chairs
Another idea for dining room is to purchase a bar-height table and bar-height chairs with it. A bar-height table is normally up to 40 inches high that’s why bar-height dining chairs are relatively higher than other types of chairs and are normally armless chairs.
Counter-height Dining Chairs
Counter-height dining chairs can be adjusted with a counter or a counter-table. A counter-table is normally 36 inches high. For, counter-height dining chairs are a bit high in height, but definitely not higher than bar-height dining chairs. Counter-height dining chairs mostly don’t come with a back or arms. You can completely slide these chairs under the table when not in use. If you have a small kitchen or dining room, counter-height chairs will be real space-savers.