Dining Rooms

Give Your Dining Room a Little Pizzazz

Since when did your dining room chairs have to match your table to a tee? If you’ve inherited an antique dining room table or you just want to give your current table a new look, focus on something besides the table itself: it’s time to turn your attention to the chairs.

Fresh looking chairs can bring a tired looking table out of hiding by adding a touch of flair and high-end appeal.

If you’re desperately searching for a furniture outlet near Indianapolis, your search is over. Come into The RoomPlace, your local furniture store, and test out some new chairs. If you’re not sure where to start, consider the below tips before coming in.

  • Bring in pictures of your current table. If you know you want to keep your current dining room table but are in need of some new chairs, bring in a photo of your table, so you can easily compare styles and colors. Doing this will help ensure that you find something you know will look great beside your current piece.
  • Match old with new. Turn your dining room table into a conversation piece by matching its older look with a set of modern and stylish new chairs. Dinner party guests will love your style and beg to know where you purchased such lovely looking chairs and accompanying table.  
  • Pair glass tabletops with either metal or dark wood chairs. Chairs with metal frames look natural against dining room tables with glass tops. If you want a higher-contrast look, consider a chair with dark colored wood for a strong contrast that’s both elegant and unique.

As the old saying goes, never underestimate the power of a new set of dining chairs. Okay, maybe that’s not a saying, but it’s still relevant. Give your dining room or breakfast nook a chic new look with a set of chairs that are worthy of praise and admiration. We’ve got them right here at The RoomPlace.  

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