Finding the perfect dining table and chair combination is no easy task – especially given there are so many options on the market. And while the mismatched trend has been popular for a while now (a look typically achieved by purchasing a table and chairs separately) it’s not the easiest task – even for the design savvy. Which is where the rather old-fashioned prospect of a matching dining suite comes in, which takes the guesswork out of the purchase completely.
Fantastic Furniture Retro 7-piece dining set: The Scandi-style table works well with the Eames-inspired chairs and the set is a steal at $639.
Super Amart Industrial 7-piece dining suite: While this chunky dining table wouldn’t suit everyone, the replica Bentwood chairs soften the look and the price certainly eases the blow! $999.
Temple & Webster White Oslo 5-piece dining set: Combining solid American oak legs and frame with white matte lacquer, this Scandinavian style set would suit just about any space. $849.
Interiors Online Austin dining table and bench set: The bench set has been out of favour of late but I’m predicting they’ll make a comeback, mostly because you can fit more people around them (when compared to individual chairs) making them ideal for apartment living. $1,739.
IKEA INGATORP/ÄLMSTA table and four chairs: This round turned wood dining table extends to seat six should the occasion require it. The black rattan chairs are something a bit different. $949.
Life Interiors’ Anton 5-piece dining set in natural oak: The base of the dining table was the kicker for me – mid-century inspired and super chic. $1,299.