I am sure we all have seen mix and match dining.
It looks great and offers endless possibilities between mixing colors, sizes, styles, textures, etc, to make your mark.
In many cases it's also a very budget friendly option, because you can use either dated or random chairs you have around to create a look.
Since we just can't order set up from the store here are some tips and tricks.
Using the same chair but in different colours [see above] is probably the easiest way to have consistency with the shapes, materials, and styles, and you get to experiment with the color palette.
A budget friendly option is to find random chairs that you like and then paint them all white or black (or really any color you like) to create a random but uniform look.
<<< The image on the left shows a bit of a mix of those two. Just two chair design, one is left to be and the wood chairs are painted in different bright colors which makes it happy and a bit harder to spot that it is the same chair. Love it!
Another budget friendly tip if you want color but don't want to go totally crazy is to round up some chairs and paint them in the same color family.
If color isn't your thing but you want the eclectic dining look, stick with neutrals. White, black, metals and woods are a good idea either on their own or mixed together.
If you're up for a little DIY, you can make your dining chairs either similar or different by changing the upholstery on the seat. You can take a matching set and make each seat different, or you can take some mismatched chairs and use the same fabric to tie them together. This can also be a budget friendly way to update an outdated set.
And of course, there is the very common and much loved totally random way of styling a mixed dining set.
Good luck and happy mixing - let's find the magic!
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