Sustainable is the Key
Although dining chairs are typically classified as wood, upholstered or metal, most of what you’ll find in our Houston and Dallas showrooms falls under the “Upholstered Seat” classification. That’s because upholstery provides the comfort for the long conversations “staying power.” Not only does upholstery add padded comfort to your dining chairs, it gives them a “substantial” look and a palette for expressing your style. Are you into fabric? Hide? Color/texture combinations?
Quality: No matter which material you opt for, The Arrangement makes sure that each dining chair is crafted with sustainably sourced materials and built to last.
Gallery of Choices
Dining chairs are a “frame” for the dining table and are essential to the look of the room. It’s a combination of color, texture, and pattern all working together in a single chair—each of which is designed for comfort.
Nobody wants their guests to grow uncomfortable halfway through dinner or their first beverage!
Made in Texas! With the exacting engineering needed to make the pitch right and the seat right, our chairs are comfortable! More importantly, they are sustainable: they will last. It will sit the same today as it will down the line. The style options fit the ranch rustic, updated Tuscany and the modern rustic aesthetic.
It’s all in the ‘Arrangement’
When it comes to choosing seating for your dining room, the shape and size of your dining table should be used as a guide to determine how many chairs it will seat comfortably.
Trade Secret: The height of the back of the chair determines the importance of the table; so, if you want your chair to take precedence over the table, go big!
As any visitor to The Arrangement can attest, our tables come in just about every size and shape. However, standard sizes look something like this:
- Tables that are 72 inches fit about 6 chairs; 96 inches fits about 8 chairs, and 120 inches fits about 10 -12 chairs. The Arrangement has tables well beyond these dimensions!
- Round tables of 48 inches can accommodate 4 chairs; 60-inch tables about 6-8 chairs, and 72-inch diameter tables can fit about 8-10 chairs.
- For a straight bar or counter, measure the length in inches and divide it by 24. This will give you a general idea of how many chairs or stools can fit.
Engineered and Made in Texas, and Perfect for Friends and Family Gatherings Anywhere