Leather and Faux Leather Dining Room Chairs
Leather Dining Chairs
When shopping for leather dining room chairs you have many things to consider: style, price, color, and durability to name a few. In addition, how will these chairs be used in your home? Are they to be a stylish statement in your dining room? Or more functional for regular use by messy toddlers or harried teenagers? Or perhaps some combination? Spending a few moments in determining how your chairs will be used will make your shopping much more enjoyable and successful.
Barrel Leather Dining Chairs
These Barrel Leather Dining Chairs from International Design will add style and elegance to your dining room. Made with real leather and solid wood, you can purchase a set of two chairs for $465.83 on Amazon. These comfortable chairs feature a soft cream colored leather, dark brown legs, as well as a wood trim around the back for extra support and a beautiful design. You will be proud to use these chairs for many years.
Monoco Dining Chairs
For a simple, basic, and elegant leather chair, consider the Monoco Leather Dining Chair by Padma's Plantation. For $368.30 this brown chair is made of 100-percent genuine leather as well as a hardwood frame and solid legs. The chair is sturdy and the simplicity of the stitching means this chair will look lovely in any style of dining room. In addition, the durability of solid wood and genuine leather mean your friends and family members will comfortably be using these chairs for years to come.
Faux Leather Dining Chairs
Genuine leather chairs can be quite costly, so perhaps a faux-leather, bonded leather, or leatherette chair is more in line with your budget? If so, consider these options.
For a great mid-range value, these leather t-stich dining chairs, made of bonded leather, come in a set of two for $170.63 on Amazon. They are brown in color with an attractive and modern stitch design, espresso-stained legs, and feature a sturdy and durable lightweight wooden frame. Or perhaps you're looking for some color in your room? Try this set of chairs in Tiffany blue for $150.29 on Amazon. All of these chairs arrive disassembled but reviewers indicate that they are quite easy to put together.
Parson Tufted Chairs
If you prefer a more classic chair, try these Parson tufted chairs made with faux leather and solid wood. You'll get two chairs for $163.18 on Amazon and they'll arrive unassembled. The tufted look is very elegant and the webbing seat suspension design make these chairs extra comfortable, even for a larger person.
Parson Dining Chair
Another great, simple option for leather chairs are these Parsons chairs from their Soho Collection. For $120 for a set of two chairs, this is a lovely and affordable option. The finishing is a brown leatherette, with birch solids and veneers. These chairs have a comfortable seat as well as great back support. They do arrive unassembled, and several reviewers indicated they weren't the easiest to put together, but also shared they were worth the extra time because of the value, beauty, and comfort of these leather chairs.
If you really want your dining room to make a statement, how about these Parson stitch design chairs, made of red or white padded leatherette with wooden legs? At $129.99 for a set of two on Amazon, you'll be able to outfit a large table and the leatherette makes them easy to clean and safe from fading in a sunny room. These chairs are also easy to assemble and comfortable.
Keeping your Chairs in the Best Condition
Once you have chosen, purchased, and perhaps even assembled your genuine leather or faux leather chairs, be sure to keep them clean by regularly wiping with a warm, damp cloth. One benefit of choosing leather over another cloth is how easy they are to clean! Solidly constructed, comfortable, and stylish leather dining room chairs should be a purchase made with great care and consideration so that the enjoyment of them will remain long after the purchase has been made.
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