I keep finding new examples of my favorite upholstered dining chairs. You know, these?
It’s like a traditional wingback chair fell in love with Arne Jacobsen and had beautiful babies. See also: Deeda. (Oh, you pretty thing.)
I’ve rounded up a few more examples of the style below. Oh man, if my kids weren’t so messy, I’d be all over these for my dining room. There’s always the hostess chair route, I suppose. Just a pair, with one at each end of the table? (You know the second you get upholstered dining chairs a kid will drop a plate of spaghetti on them. I think it’s a rule.)
But still. They’re so pretty! And the shape is nice and cozy. Which one’s your favorite?
1940s Wingback Side Chair, Restoration Hardware
Just perfect, from the shape to the nailhead detailing.
Sloan Fabric Armchair, Restoration Hardware
Irvine Button Tufted Back Accent Chair, Overstock
Button tufting? Where? Surprise — it’s on the back.
Portsmouth Upholstered Dining Chair, Arhaus
Another turn around surprise — the back has exposed wooden support detailing.
Bowden Wingback Chair, One Kings Lane
Great fabric and a lighter frame.
Hugh Dining Chair, Arhaus
Brass nailheads and a lovely aged crackled leather finish.
Carmen Tufted Side Chair by Hooker Furniture, Wayfair
No additional color choices, but the tufting is a nice detail.