Thursday, July 13, 2017

Four Chair Seating Areas in Living Rooms

Do you know how many bloggers have written about seating arrangements with four chairs? Tons. I'm not going to wax poetic about them. I like symmetry and four-chair groups tend to have it.

My plan for our living room always included two seating areas with my tete-a-tete cutting the large room in half. I thought each grouping would be the same - two chairs flanking a table and a sofa on the end.

I bought two navy chairs Lulu and Georgia for one end of the room and put my old, Ikea slipcovered chairs on the other end. It should feel nice, but the side with the slipcovered chairs felt empty. I move them both to the same side of the grouping and liked how cozy it felt.


Then I started thinking that two chairs on each side of the cocktail table might make sense. As a reminder, this is the room:


So off I went to look at groupings of four chairs, with an emphasis on ones that were in large rooms that also included a sofa, chaise, bench, or tete-a-tete. Next time, I'll share my exhaustive search for the perfect chairs.

Designer: Jackie Armour of JMA Interior Design (Luxe doesn't credit her on their website!) | Photography: Brantley Photography 

Design: Melanie Turner Interiors

Design: Studio McGee

Design: Porter Design Company

Design: Melanie Turner Interiors (again)




Design: Stephanie Kraus Designs | Photography: Kyle Born Photography

Design: Stephanie Kraus Designs | Photography: Kyle Born Photography



Design: Victoria Hagen | As seen in Architecture Digest

Design: Victoria Hagen | As seen in Architecture Digest


Design: W Design Interiors


Designer unknown (and Pinterest makes it impossible to track down the info!)

Design: Melanie Turner Interiors (one more time!)

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