A dining chair is part of a dining room furniture set. A set of dining room chairs, often six or more, is arranged around a dining room table. A dining chair is a small chair with a frame that is not upholstered. It has a solid frame and it may or may not have arms. The seat and back may or may not be upholstered.
Accent chairs are chairs that are placed strategically in a room to provide additional seating. There are two approaches to making use of an accent chair. One approach is to place the chair in a position that complements or accents the colors and textures of larger pieces, such as a sofa. A second approach to the use of this type of chair is to create a secondary seating area within the room.
Ergonomic accent chair is brimming with mid-century flair. This chair accents a modern living room setup and creates a comforting retreat - as the name suggests. Its inviting curved contours, organic shapes, soft padded upholstery and a footstool supports countless seating positions.
A swivel accent chair is one in which may rotate the seat about a central point to face in a new direction without moving the legs. Swivel chairs with wheels on the base allow users to move the chair around their workspace without getting up. This style is commonly found in modern offices and is also known as office chairs.
Barstools are a type of tall stool, often with a foot rest to support the feet. The height and narrowness of bar stools makes them suitable for use at bars and high tables in pubs or bars. There are many different types, construction materials and models. Bar stools are often made of wood or metal. There are bar stools with and without armrests, backs, and padding or upholstery on the seat surface. Bar stools can range from basic wooden designs to more complex ones with adjustable height. Extra tall and extra short are common features, as well as indoor bar stools and outdoor bar stools. Some bar stools have backs, while most do not.