Buying beautiful, high-quality new furniture can be a costly investment, but it doesn’t have to break the bank. When you shop at The RoomPlace, budget and quality can go hand-in-hand. You don’t have to spend a bundle for good-quality furniture—in fact, you can get the high-end look of your dreams even if you’re on a tight budget.
Let’s take a peek at a few of our favorite expensive-looking yet affordable looks, and the many ways you can save on top-quality furniture at The RoomPlace.
Our Favorite High-End Looks
If you’re looking for a high-end aesthetic without breaking the bank, here are just a handful of our best furniture sets for every room of the house:
Mars Living Room Set: The Mars White 3 Pc. Living Room offers the epitome of luxury and class at an affordable price point. An all-white design with sleek, sumptuous upholstery instantly gives your living area an elegant and distinctive look.
Somerset Queen Bedroom Set: Refined, rich and sophisticated, the Somerset 5 Pc. Queen Bedroom Set features a contemporary dark finish with satin nickel hardware. As elegant as it is inexpensive, this set brings a high-end look to any bedroom.
Camilla Dining Room Set: The Camila 5 Pc. Dining Room set epitomizes elegance. A double pedestal base, silver faux leather chairs and nailhead accents give this set a refined look at a reasonable price.
Ways to Save at The RoomPlace
Real savings are always available if you know where to look. Catch great deals in these ways and more:
Clearance Deals: If you look around, you’re bound to find unbeatable clearance savings on furniture that’s stylish, trendy and top-quality. From our best mattress sales to discount dining room furniture, The RoomPlace offers value and quality alike. Browse our clearance section for hundreds of discounts every day, or check out the weekly flyer for the latest deals to find quality furniture for less.
Seasonal Sales: Waiting for holiday sales and other seasonal offers is a savvy way to shop for new furniture. In addition to sales around Black Friday, you’ll also find plenty of deals and closeouts in the summer, between the 4th of July and Labor Day.
Online Specials: Online furniture shopping comes with a variety of perks, including the chance to enjoy online-only deals on discount furniture. Choose from a variety of specials, then sit back and relax while they’re delivered right to your door. Fast, free shipping is the icing on the cake.
Closeouts: With new inventory coming in, we have to make room! You can catch great deals on elegant furniture and high-end home accents before they go out of stock, thanks to last-chance closeout discounts.
Special Financing: The RoomPlace offers a variety of special financing packages to help you make updates to your home when you’re on a budget. Find out more and explore your options here.
In the summertime, many homeowners love to decorate with patriotic colors in celebration of holidays like Memorial Day and the 4th of July. The colors of the American flag aren’t just seasonal options, though. Navy blue, classic white and cardinal red are timeless and still-trendy color choices for paint, décor and furniture no matter the style of your home.
Whether you’re looking for a patriotic accent piece or several pieces that complement one another, let’s take a look at some of our favorite furniture that’s red, white or blue.
Red furniture and décor can be used with virtually every decorating style, from rustic country to mid-century modern to bold and artistic. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Sectional: We can’t get enough of the casual and contemporary Marlo collection—this stunning brick red sectional with full sleeper is a perfect example of how you can rock a red hue in your living room.
Ottoman: Don’t want to go as big as a red sectional? Keep your living room bold but a little more subdued with a red cocktail ottoman in sumptuous faux leather.
Dining Chairs: If you don’t want to go as big and bold as a red sectional, add a touch of this timeless color to your dining room instead. The Marissa 5 Pc. Red Dinette works well with neutral and earthy tones in your dining area. Or, you can add a pop of color to your existing table with red end chairs for a trendy look.
White furniture is undeniably chic, sophisticated and classic. It gives any room a clean, bright look and often can be bold and eye-catching in its own way. Looking for the perfect white accent piece for your space? Here’s a few top choices:
Loveseat: For the living room, this Mars White Loveseat makes a great addition that pairs well with a variety of sofa colors and styles. Faux leather upholstery offers a sleek look and durable quality perfect for a modern space.
Server: Perfect for the kitchen or dining room, a white server or buffet offers functionality and style in one. Simple yet useful, a server provides extra storage or display space to enhance your room, and white color works wonderfully with any décor.
Bedroom Set: A white bedroom set is versatile, stylish, tasteful and bright. This 7-piece queen set is the perfect choice for a bedroom update.
A popular color choice for design trends like mid-century modern, shades of blue are contemporary, relaxing and versatile. From slate blue to aqua to deep navy, these are our favorite 3 blue furniture pieces from the RoomPlace collection:
Living Room Set: Deep blue upholstery, thick cushions and a simple, attractive design make this Heritage Blue 3 Pc. Living Room Set the complete package. Beautiful and modern, it’s a trendy and contemporary way to add some American-inspired style to your space.
Accent Chair: A mid-century-inspired blue accent chair adds a vibrant, retro pop of turquoise to your living area or even a bedroom.
Image: Trenton Blue Bench from The RoomPlace
Bench: Whether you want to bring a touch of personality to a bedroom, living room or dressing area, a teal upholstered benchmakes an instant impact.
Now that you have your new furniture, it’s time to show it off with the perfect lighting. The right lighting can be the seamless way to enhance a focal piece, open up a smaller room, add coziness, define certain spaces and light up a work area. When it comes to choosing that special lighting for your home, the options are endless.
Whether you’re looking to light up your living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen or more, we can help you decide on lighting that is both stylish and functional, and of course, shows off your new furniture. There are three basic types of lighting options:
Ambient lighting, most often this is a recessed ceiling light designed to replace daylight. Ambient lighting creates a bland, flat effect. Combined with other lighting, it will serve and accomplish all purposes.
Accent lighting: adds texture, depth, focus and shade near focal pieces and in corners, beautifully complements ambient lighting.
Task lighting: used to illuminate a work area. Task lighting provides a narrower stream of light that focuses exclusively on one area.
Take a look at the following lighting ideas for your home:
Living Room Lighting
Your living room is special. It’s the space in your home where everyone gathers to spend time together. Therefore, you’ll want to mix it up a little. Mixing and matching different types of lighting is essential for creating an inviting atmosphere. Overhead ambient lighting will brighten the entire space and for your living room, you’ll want it in two ways: recessed lighting across the ceiling for overall lighting and a transitional hanging pendant over the center of the room. When you want to add more warmth to your living room, table lamps and floor lamps work beautifully to add coziness and intimacy.
It’s important to get the lighting perfect for your dining room. Pendant lights, flush mounts, chandeliers and wall sconces are lovely and functional ideas for lighting up a dining room. However you do it, the most important thing is to focus your lighting around the dining room table. There will be times when you don’t want the room completely illuminated, so make sure to use dimmer lighting to set the mood.
Lighting tip: both ambient and task lighting in your dining room should be at 3,000-6,000 Lumens.
Kitchens aren’t just for cooking; if your home is like most others, your kitchen is also the space where everyone gathers to hang out and catch up on their day. Therefore, choosing lighting for your kitchen should be determined by the activities – whether you’re looking to illuminate a cooking area or you want to create an entertaining space for friends and family, choose your lighting accordingly.
It’s important to use three different types of lighting for your kitchen: recessed lights, pendant lights, and the must-have under-cabinet strip lights. Recessed lighting is best to illuminate the entire kitchen, hanging pendant lights work well over an island or kitchen table, and under cabinet lighting is perfect for counter tasks.
Lighting tip: kitchen ambient lighting should be 5,000-10,000 Lumens; task lighting around the counters, sink and stove should be a minimum of 450 Lumens.
You want your bedroom to be a warm and cozy space. Before you choose bedroom lighting, you will want to have a furniture placement plan. The key to creating the perfect lighting for your bedroom is flexibility. The capacity to control light levels is important – if one person wants to sleep and another wants to read, you want to have those options.
Lighting tip: bedroom ambient lighting should be 1,500-3,000 Lumens, while task lighting should be a minimum of 400 Lumens.
Floor and Table Lamps: Floor and table lamps are versatile and can be used anywhere in your home. They come in a wide variety of styles, colors, lengths and are perfect options to enhance the appeal of any room’s décor. Popular lamp finishes include antique bronze, oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel and satin nickel. If you’re planning on using your new lamp as accent lighting, go for more decorative or extravagance to add style and elegance to your space. You can mix and match, too, with different bases, finishes, lamp shades and even the light bulbs you choose.
Dimmer Lighting: The lighting in your home is something you use every single day. As such, it should be adaptable for its intended use – using lighting dimmer controls allows you to set the mood in any room. Whether for entertainment purposes, reading, area nightlights or more, dimmers provide economical, safe and comfortable home environments.
Warm and Cool Lighting: Warm lighting is a natural, calming light that has a reddish tone to the eye, while cool lighting is brighter and looks bluer to the eye. The perfect time to use warm lighting is when you need to relax, wind down from the day and before you go to bed. The time to choose cool lighting is when we need a little energy and alertness – perfect for focus, performing tasks – best during the morning and afternoon.
Choosing Light Bulbs: The two most popular light bulb options are Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs) and Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs). The major difference between the two is how much energy it takes to use them over time. CFLs use about 70 percent less energy than LEDs and last years longer; they cost about a dollar more per light bulb. Two drawbacks to CFLs: they take a while to warm up and reach full illumination; they contain trace amounts of mercury – harmful to your health and the environment. So, don’t break them and don’t throw away in your home trash bin – recycle them.
The right lighting is essential for every room in your home. When choosing lighting, look for unique fixtures that will draw attention to your new furniture, a piece of art that you love, or around a work area. Once your lighting is complete, all you’ll need to do is flip the switch.
If you live in an apartment or home that’s on the small side, it can be difficult to find furniture that fits your space. To avoid a cramped, cluttered look and make the most of your small apartment, here are some stylish, space-saving furniture ideas to get you started.
Daybeds & Sleeper Sofas
Dual-purpose furniture is a great way to increase the functionality of a limited space without adding clutter. If your apartment is a one-bedroom but you need a second bed, your options are plentiful: from daybeds to futons and sleeper sofas, there are a few ways you can maximize your furniture even in a tiny space:
Daybed: A daybed looks like a tall sofa but is actually as comfortable to sleep on as a traditional bed. Some daybeds also have trundles—an extra bed that pulls out from the bottom but is hidden neatly underneath when not in use. Great for regular use in small bedrooms or shared kids’ rooms.
Futon: Futons are a classic dual-purpose piece. They offer a minimalist look and can be converted from a couch to a bed in an instant. This option is a great alternative to a space-hogging guest bed.
Sleeper Sofa: Sleeper sofas are designed to look and function just like a traditional sofa, but they feature a fold-out mattress inside. Twin-size sleepers take up about as much floor space as a loveseat, while a queen is equivalent to a full sofa.
No matter what style you prefer, each of these sofa beds can blend in with the existing décor in your living area or bedroom for a contemporary look.
The living room of a small apartment isn’t likely to have sufficient space for a huge recliner or wide accent chair. But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice having a comfy chair altogether. Minimalist chairs are typically a great option for small spaces—look for armless or slim-arm designs like our Tasia or Olson Accent Chair.
Likewise, dining chairs with a slimmer profile are great for reducing the amount of space taken up by your dining set. Make sure to choose chairs that can slide fully beneath the table when not in use, and opt for a simpler design to limit visual clutter.
Occasional Tables typically take up lots of space, but there are a few ways you can minimize your small apartment’s tables while maximizing their functionality:
Tray Tables: A portable, folding alternative to side tables, tray tables can be pulled up to the sofa to serve as a small dining surface. Just fold and store when not in use.
Nesting Tables: If you have space for an end table in your living room, a nesting table can help you maximize storage space and provide an extra pull-out surface when needed. With this option, there’s no need for a coffee table!
Pub Tables: 3- or 4-seater pub tables provide a compact alternative to dining tables.
Finally, if you don’t have much space in your apartment’s living room, opt for a love seatinstead of a regular sofa. It takes up much less space while still providing a cozy spot to relax and watch TV.
In this series, we’ll highlight trending looks with style boards curated from our collections of furniture and home accents. Each style board is comprised of carefully selected products that work together to create a coordinated, stylish room design. Today, we’ll show you how to achieve two beautiful, contemporary dining room looks in your own home.
Dining Room Look #1: Modern Chic
This first look is modern chic: polished, light and warm with a touch of glamour and plenty of character.
Palette: Warm neutrals, rich wood tones and satiny metal finishes give this collection a trendy and elegant aesthetic. Earthy tones like sage green, bright tan and cream would make excellent paint color choices for this look.
Furniture: The Martini Dinette is the epitome of chic elegance, with warm brown cherry wood and a polished marble top. Contemporary Parsons Chairs in sumptuous faux leather complete the sophisticated look for a modern yet timeless design. Paired with a coordinating Martini China hutch and buffet, the look is elevated even further.
Accents: The décor ideas in this style board add a bit of glam to give the room an extra dose of personality. A stunning Chronos Ceiling Lamp and sunburst-shaped wall art feature sleek metal finishes to add shine and warmth. The chic Truman Area Rug echoes the geometry of the lighting and wall décor, while a Melbourne Mirror tops off the room’s design with dark wood that matches the furniture.
Dining Room Look #2: Contemporary Casual
The second look is a contemporary casual design. This collection of furniture and décor is sophisticated yet comfortable and modern, with colors and accents that are sure to stand the test of time.
Palette: Cool grays and deep chocolate wood tones are brightened by touches of cream and a bold accent of cobalt blue. This versatile look can be paired with virtually any neutral wall color, as well as many shades of blue.
Furniture: The Nicki Counter Height Dinette blends elegant design with casual comfort. With a lightly distressed espresso finish, solid construction and butterfly leaf, this table is beautiful as well as sensible. The Camilla China Cabinet enhances the look with undeniable elegance and a timeless quality.
Accents: The Celeri Ceiling Lamp will cast a warm, refined glow on your dining area, contributing to an intimate ambiance, while the walnut wood of a luxurious Julianna Mirror adds richness. A plush, hand-loomed Huntley Area Rug brings texture and visual interest, softening the room’s look. A serene ocean painting adds the final touch and a pop of color to your walls.
Stay tuned for future posts in this series, as we explore more trending looks and style boards!
It’s the beginning of springtime in a still-new year, which means it’s the perfect time to freshen up your home with some of the latest and greatest design trends of 2018. For a glimpse into the top interior design trends that are dominating the market, take a look at these ten style, décor and furniture ideas.
1. Luxurious Purples
You might’ve heard that UltraViolet is Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year. This striking purple hue is perfect for adding a touch of bold, vibrant, fresh color to any space in the house. But the trend isn’t limited to just Ultra Violet. From mauve sofas to purple counter stools to violet area rugs, many shades of purple are luxurious, unexpected and regal, often pairing well with mid-century modern design.
2. Eclectic Home Accents
Add a colorful, unexpected edge to any room with eclectic designs that set your space apart. Pick an intriguing piece of décor or a single bold accent for each room to give your home a curated look. From patterned rugs to architectural light fixtures to eye-catching ottomans, there are plenty of ways to decorate in a trendy, eclectic style.
3. Rolled Back Chairs
Balancing classic beauty with modern minimalism, rolled back chairs are timelessly stylish. Use these versatile dining chairs with or without slipcovers to achieve the perfect look for your room.
4. Tufted Sofas
When it comes to living room furniture that packs a punch, there’s no better way to make a stylish statement this spring than with a new sofa. If your current couch is feeling drab or plain, breathe life into the room with a tufted sofa that has plenty of character. Indulge in the comfort of a U-shaped sectional, bring a touch of old-world charm with a leather sofa or blend traditional style with modern design.
5. Mid-Century Servers & Kitchen Carts
A retro mint-green cart adds a pop of color to a neutral kitchen, while a versatile mid-century server makes a beautiful statement piece. These additions to your kitchen or dining room setup are practical as well as trendy, keeping in line with the latest interior design trends of 2018.
6. Industrial Inspired Lighting
Touches of industrial design can add a real sense of character and style to any space, whether you incorporate just a few industrial elements or go all-out. Either way, lighting fixtures inspired by this trend are a great place to start. From industrial ceiling lamps with a bronze patina to industrial-style chandeliers, make a statement in any room with this popular look.
7. Gray Leather
From deep, sumptuous charcoal gray to lustrous silver-gray, living room furniture in gray-toned leather is a rising trend. From sofas to ottomans, you can’t go wrong with this classic material in a chic, modern color.
8. Colorful & Mismatched Chairs
For added character, pair a couple of colorful side chairs with a more neutral set of dining chairs for a chic, mismatched look. Invoke a country-inspired style with sage wood, or opt for timeless-with-a-twist with vibrant orange. Not one for bold colors? Mix it up by pairing two mismatched styles, like classic wooden dining chairs with metal chairs at each end.
9. Solid Wood Dining Tables
Many of 2018’s most popular home designs center on minimalism, a style that proves less is more. Keep your dining room furniture simple, raw and beautiful with a wood table that has a trendy reclaimed look. The chunky, solid style brings warmth and character to your space.
10. Textured Area Rugs
Adding visual texture to a room is the perfect way to update your space and stay on trend. Add a striking luster with a shimmering shag rug or make a glamorous impact with a faux sheepskin rug.
For more great ideas that are fresh and on-trend this spring or in any season, discover our new arrivals.
Planning to remodel or redecorate your dining room? Let’s take a look at three of the most trendy interior design styles—Mid-Century Modern, Contemporary Farmhouse and Industrial—and how to incorporate them into your dining area.
1. Mid-Century Modern
Even if you’ve never heard the term “mid-century modern,” chances are you’ve seen countless examples of this timeless and popular design style. A movement that captures the mood and influences of the late-1930s to mid-60s, the mid-century modern look is characterized by several important features:
Functionality before form
An uncluttered look with minimal ornamentation
Sleek, clean lines
Organic forms and geometric patterns
Juxtaposition of contrasting materials, textures and colors
To find the perfect mid-century modern dining room set, look for a sleek, simple, neutral table with chairs that are organically shaped and retro-inspired. Avoid chairs that have a multitude of slats or leg supports, which can make the space look too busy and cluttered. For a splash of color, choose mismatched end chairs in hues like maroon, blue, mustard yellow or orange to make a bold statement.
Pair your dining room set with a rug that adds contrast, in the form of texture or a geometric pattern. Keep the room and table minimally decorated to avoid visual clutter—a simple vase centerpiece, black-and-white wall art or statement lighting fixture is all you need to bring the space together in mid-century modern style.
2. Contemporary Farmhouse
A trend that’s been rising in popularity in recent years, the contemporary farmhouse style is also called contemporary rustic, modern farmhouse, etc. Whatever you call it, the essence of this design style is a light, modern look infused with the warmth and charm of classic farmhouses. Characteristics include:
Plenty of wood, in the form of exposed beams, plank floors, paneled walls, barn-style doors, etc.
Neutral color schemes, especially white and earth tones
Use of natural or rustic elements like stone and brick
Emphasis on natural fabrics and textures, such as canvas, burlap, linen and wool
In your contemporary farmhouse dining room, the key is the table you choose. To achieve that rustic look, opt for a large wood dining table—a distressed paint finish can add character, too. For your chairs, get creative with a mix of chunky bench seating, wooden stools and canvas-covered chairs. Light the room with rustic statement fixtures.
Image: Holton Black 2 Piece Dining Chair Set From the RoomPlace
Industrial design gives a room a stylishly unfinished look, with utilitarian décor, metal finishes and touches of commercial style. Perfect for a modern home or loft apartment, industrial style brings something raw and functional to a residential space. Key traits include:
Exposed construction features like pipes and ductwork
An abundance of metallic surfaces and fixtures, from polished stainless steel to cast iron
Juxtaposition of other “raw” materials, like wood, concrete and brick
Neutral color schemes
An industrial dining room should be a cool, utilitarian space. Metal chairs paired with a wooden table is a popular look, but feel free to mix it up with bench seating, barstools or mismatched chairs. When it comes to lighting, opt for pendant light fixtures with metallic finishes, or even bare bulb style fixtures for a warehouse look.
Whether you’re an admirer of the mid-century modern, contemporary farmhouse or industrial design styles, we hope this guide has given you plenty of inspiration for your upcoming project.
Whether you have a large family or simply like to entertain often, a big dining table is a necessity. When shopping for a table, you want to find something that’s roomy and functional, but also stylish. As a result, there are several factors to take into consideration when buying a dining room set. Here are a few expert tips for creating a dining room setup that accommodates your family’s needs.
#1: Stretch Your Space with Bench Seating
Even the smallest dining room table can be maximized with the addition of bench seating. This is an especially practical option for narrow dining rooms, which can feel cramped with the addition of a long table and many chairs. To keep things simple yet spacious, bench seating along one wall adds function and takes up less space than most chairs, which means the table can be pushed closer to the wall when not in use—a necessity for particularly small spaces.
Bench seating adds more than just functionality to your dining room—it can also be the perfect complement to your room’s unique style. A farmhouse-inspired dining area is beautifully enhanced with the addition of a rustic wooden bench. If you like the minimalist look, a simple bench with clean lines reduces visual clutter. For a warm and comfortable look, a bench complete with sumptuous cushions or upholstery is chic and inviting.
#2: Choose the Right Chairs
When planning a dining table setup that needs to accommodate several people on a regular basis, you’ll want to put extensive thought into the type of chair you choose. A large table with lots of chairs can quickly appear cramped and cluttered. While large, decorative chairs might pique your interest, simpler chairs with a sleeker profile will help keep your dining room looking spacious and stylish. Ideally, you’ll want to find chairs that take up as little space as possible when pushed in at the table.
This doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Even minimalist seating can make a big impact. For a striking effect, choose a chair color that contrasts the table or walls. If you’re concerned that a minimalist chair might seem too cold or stark, add a sense of warmth by opting for upholstered chairs with a slim profile.
#3: Consider a Round Table
If you have an appropriately shaped room, a round dining table can be a practical choice for big families. Round tables can offer several benefits over their cornered counterparts. While a long, rectangular table can have the effect of filling up the whole room, a round table gives the illusion of extra space. Plus, since it has no corners, a round or oval dining table can maximize the seating capacity while still allowing plenty of leg room. It’s also the perfect option for odd-numbered families, such as 7 or 9 people, since extra chairs can be added without the setup looking unbalanced.
#4: Add Versatility with a Drop Leaf
Drop leaf and extendable tables are classics for a good reason—they offer the functionality of an extra-large table with added versatility and convenience. Consider an extending table if you frequently host guests or if you have a smaller dining room. After mealtimes, simply drop the leaves to create additional space in the room.
Looking for the perfect dining table for your family? The RoomPlace is your one-stop shop for high-quality dining sets that complete your home’s décor while meeting your family’s needs.
The holidays can be stressful, especially if you’ll be entertaining guests for a holiday party. With these tips from our design experts at The RoomPlace, you can learn how to rearrange your furniture for a holiday party without losing your unique sense of efficiency and style.
Figure Out Your Highest Party Priority
If you’re throwing a holiday party, it’s important to figure out your main priority so that you can rearrange furniture accordingly. For many families, for example, dinner is the main event, which means that you’ll need to make extra space for tables and chairs. If you’re hosting a dinner party, we recommend adding leaves to the dining room table and clearing out living room furniture to make space for additional tables and chairs. If your family’s main event revolves more around opening gifts, rearrange your furniture around the Christmas tree.
Remove What You Don’t Need
While it can be tempting to want to show off that great conversation piece you bought last year, when it comes to throwing a holiday party, you might want to consider removing any furniture that isn’t serving a specific purpose. Remember, people need space to move comfortably around the room.
Let Your Holiday Decorations Take Center Stage
You may end up having to remove certain furniture pieces to create a more functional party layout. By making your holiday decorations the focal point of your living room, you can take the attention away from empty spaces and create a festive environment for your holiday party.
Arrange for Small, Intimate Groups
Even if you have a large, open space, it’s important to place furniture in small groups to help create a sense of intimacy among you guests. No one wants to have to lean over superfluous furniture to hear what the other guests are saying, and if the furniture is arranged poorly, it can create unneeded social pressure.
If you’re ready to give your dining room a facelift, but don’t want to go to the hassle of replacing the whole set, replacing just your dining room chairs can give you a whole new look and feel for less. Before you head to the store, you’ll want to make sure you know what you’re looking for. Let’s go over some important things to look for that will ensure your new chairs will work with your dining table and the room.
Furniture in the dining room doesn’t have to match, but we recommend choosing chairs with a common design element. Whether it’s a similar curve in the table leg or a wood stain that matches, finding one element that goes will make the whole look fit together.
Take note of the size of your table and the number of guests you’d like to be able to seat. Twenty-two inches is a typical width for armless dining chairs, but if you have an oversized table or prefer a roomier space for more comfortable dining, you would want to consider smaller or larger dining chairs.
Measure from the floor to the bottom edge of your table, then subtract 12. Look for chair with a seat height no taller than that number. Most high end formal dining room sets are fairly standard in height, but it is a good idea to double check your measurements anyway.
There are so many styles to choose from whether your taste is ultra-modern, traditional, or somewhere in between. Our designers are loving the look of tufted dining room chairs right now. Button tufting adds sophistication and an interesting visual element to a chair. Both leather and fabric tufted dining chairs are very popular choices.
Check out our selection of dining room chairs, including our tufted dining chairs, at any of our 25 store locations in Indiana and Illinois. Our complete collection of dining chairs is also available online at www.theroomplace.com.