It’s no secret I have a thing for cantilever dining chairs. There’s something about that bendy base and odd sense of balance that really does it for me. They’re a great way to bring a touch of modern into any dining space- no matter the aesthetic. In fact, when I reveal our breakfast nook next month- you’ll see that was exactly my intention. Here’s to hoping it turns out as planned. Click through for a GIANT roundup of my favorites, get a glimpse of my old dining room, and see a sneak peek of the cantilever chairs I picked out for our new dining space.
I kind of went crazy with this roundup because I kept finding SO many good options. It’s a long one packed full of amazing finds (if I do say so myself). To make it easier to shop this long collage without an enormous amount of scrolling… simply CLICK ANY CHAIR IN THE COLLAGE BELOW TO SHOP or be redirected to the source.
I can’t even narrow down my favorites from the roundup… that’s how much I like them all. Are any grabbing your attention? Here’s what I landed on for our new dining space at the Utah house…
I do have a trick up my sleeve to reupholster the pads / covers so they better match the space and the custom banquette cushions, but I honestly don’t hate the brown. They’re in great shape for being vintage, and I’ll certainly keep the existing covers should I ever want to trade them out. I’m excited to move the chairs from storage in the guest room back to their intended space once we wrap up tiling in the kitchen. Things are still a bit of a mess, but we’re getting there.
Is anyone else a fan of the cantilever shape for dining chairs? They’re just so cool, unexpected, and add the perfect amount of modern interest to a dining room. I especially like mixing them into more traditional settings. The juxtaposition is really nice.
Check back tomorrow for a totally different type of house tour, and to see my house exactly AS IS. That’s right… I’m participating in Kyla’s “no makeup” home tour with my design blogging idols and it’s one you won’t want to miss! I’m sharing every inch of the house- even the spaces that aren’t finished. See you tomorrow!