White Dining Chairs

20 Accent White Dining Chairs You’ll Absolutely Adore

Tablecloth, flatware, figurines, tableware, placemats, and more... so many things that go into a stylish table setting, but there's one thing that guests will interact with more than any other – White Dining Chairs! It's hard to find a suitable modern seat that hits all the right marks, like fitting well with the dining table and standing up strong to everyday use, and of course, there's the important issue of comfort. This post is a compilation of 20 white dining chairs. Some are timeless classics, others are stylish budget-friendly pieces to fit any dining room.

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1. Panton White Dining Chairs

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The appearance is stylish and generous, with a smooth and atmospheric curve. It is comfortable and elegant, conforms to the human body, and has a strong sense of sculpture, breaking the traditional form of the chair. Panton chair also fully utilizes the characteristics of plastic. This chair enjoys a high reputation and is collected by many museums around the world, and is known as "the sexiest chair in the world".

2. No. 14 White Dining Chairs

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The great classic. The item that is absolutely the most famous and most sold in the history of furniture. Designed by Michael Thonet in 1860, the No. 14 chair immediately became known as the bistro chair. Minimalist both in the chosen material and the fact that just six elements go into forming the entire item, the No. 14 is the result of almost twenty years of research. Simple, versatile, and ever contemporary, it is considered the first true example of industrial design.

3. Chaise A White Dining Chairs

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“Chaise A” became a jewel of the industrial design between the First and Second World Wars and has since then conquered the entire world, not just on café terraces but also in country houses, lofts, and modern flats. The chair has long been very popular due to its light, strong and stackable construction and over time has become an icon of design that can be found in various collections, such as the Vitra Design Museum, the MoMA, and the Centre Georges Pompidou.

4. LCW White Dining Chairs

LCW chair
Husband-and-wife design team Charles and Ray Eames researched inexpensive techniques of wood molding and laminating during World War II, adapting Charles’s work with the Navy to develop molded plywood leg splints. They made a series of plywood chairs as a result, with the LCW’s seat and back molding to the human body to provide optimal comfort. Because of the chair’s comfort, the manufacturer did not need to upholster it.

5. Coconut White Dining Chairs

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This chair was designed in 1955. As the name suggests, its design concept is derived from part of the coconut shell, and its appearance is simple and stylish. Although this chair looks very light, because the "coconut shell" is made of metal, its weight is not light. The shallow sides of the coconut chair and the attractive curve design allow users to sit in any posture, and at the same time, they can move their bodies easily and comfortably, which is amazing.

6. Swan White Dining Chairs

LCW chair
It is named because it looks like a static swan, and its lines are smooth and graceful with sculptural beauty. The chair body is made of synthetic material, wrapped in a sponge, and then covered with cloth or leather. Four-star aluminum feet, polished surface, sitting comfortably, elegantly, and generously.

7. Ant White Dining Chairs

Ant chair
The ant chair is also one of the classic masterpieces of the northern Danish designer Jacobsen. The ant chair is named after its shape resembles an ant. Although it has four legs for more stability, it was originally designed with three legs. The backrest and the thin metal bracket give people a minimalist style.

8. Egg White Dining Chairs

 

The design of the egg chair gives a sense of freshness, it is stylish and simple. Because the shape is like an egg, it is named egg chair. After sitting in Jacobson's egg chair, the whole body is wrapped in it, feels very comfortable. Its armrests and chair back look like an invisible egg wrapped in it, giving people a full sense of security.

9. The Chair PP503 White Dining Chairs

Director’s Chair

 

This is the work of design master Hans Wagner. In the 1960 presidential election, PP503 was upgraded to "The chair" because it was seated by Kennedy. Some people called it "Kennedy Chair" and "Presidential Chair". The Kennedy chair is the most distinctive chair among the series of Chinese chairs he created. It has smooth and beautiful lines, semi-circular armrests, a flat and thick body, and exquisite details, making it comfortable to lie down.

10. Peacock White Dining Chairs

Peacock Chair
Another masterpiece of Hans Wagner. This chair is almost impeccable in appearance. The Chair is concise and the Peacock Chair is elegant, which can be regarded as a reference and change of Hans for Chinese Ming and Qing furniture. From a design point of view, these two chairs-even most of Hans's works are very worth learning.

11. BKF White Dining Chairs

BKF chair
This is a chair designed by three Argentine designers, so it is named after the initials of the three surnames. Originally a chair designed for an apartment project, this chair turned out to be more popular than the apartment itself...
This chair is still a combination of "metal" and "leather", but this chair is obviously more "soft" and "humane", and is hailed as "one of the best works of modern chair design”.

12. Pelican White Dining Chairs

Pelican Chair
Designed by Finn Juhl, this is a highly "reversible" work: when it first came out, there was a wave of bad reviews, but then everyone gradually fell in love with this work. At the same time, the work itself is quite "anti-traditional": dark woods such as teak are used instead of oak; instead of modern connection methods, they use more ancient craftsmanship design structures such as tenon and tenon; instead of mass production, they choose to Use high-level technology for small batch production.

13. Tulip White Dining Chairs

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One of the widely recognized symbols of the atomic age, Saarinen’s Tulip chair made history as the first one-legged chair ever to be manufactured. This funky pedestal design dates back to 1956 and was meant to be used with a matching dining table. The Tulip Chair is every minimalist’s dream and looks best next to a subtle match that allows it to take all the looks.

14. 699 Superleggera White Dining Chairs

Designed by Gio Pondi, the biggest feature of this chair is its lightness. It is said that this chair weighs less than 1.7 kilograms and can be lifted by a child. The shape is very simple and full of ‘modernism’.

15. Model 42 White Dining Chairs

The Model 42 Chair is undoubtedly one of the most significant sculptural masterpieces of Scandinavian Modern. Refined enough to become a hero piece even in the most exquisite of interiors, the Model 42 Chair is designed to suit everyone’s taste.

16. Eames Plastic White Dining Chairs

Eames Chair

Designed by Charles Eames & Ray Eames, how classic are these chairs? It can be seen everywhere-in American film and television works, there are almost always such one or two; or in daily life, you will occasionally see such one or two.

17. Y Chair White Dining Chairs

In 1932, Wegener was inspired by the Chinese traditional Ming-style armchair in China. In 1943, he tried to introduce a variant of the armchair-"Chinese Chair" for the first time. Following this, it was produced in 1949 and has been recognized as a Danish armchair. "Y Chair" was designed as a national treasure.

18. Ro Chair White Dining Chairs

Ro Chair
Designer Jaime Hayon redefines the classic easy chair into a curvy and elegant chair for reflection and relaxing.

19. Director’s White Dining Chairs

Director’s Chair
With design roots tracing back to the X-shaped Roman curule seat, the Director’s Chair received its present mark for its ubiquity on film sets. Its folding nature permits it to be transported effortlessly between locations. It is a lightweight chair that folds side-to-side with a scissors action.

20. Cherner White Dining Chairs

Norman Cherner designed the 1959 molded plywood armchair – a midcentury icon found in design collections worldwide. Cherner Chair is still in popularity; produced in thorough detail from the original drawings and molds, the armchair combines the best of both molded plywood and solid bent wood construction.
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