One Table Four Chairs

Dining room furnishings are often sold in sets, with a table and chairs perfectly matched for convenience. But you can create your own look by mixing it up a little bit. Dining tables offer a clean slate for showcasing your creativity – why not think outside the set and choose chairs that reflect your personal style?


Keaton Collection
The Keaton Dining Collection offers three choices for seating, including the charcoal X-back side Keaton Side Chair, which matches the X-style of the trestle table base; the Jefferson Linen Parsons Chair, which has a natural linen upholstery and nailhead accents; and the Keaton Bench, with an X-shaped base that matches the table. We love the look – but it might be interesting to change it up.


We had fun playing with the Keaton Trestle Table. Using its charcoal X-shaped base and textural industrial zinc top as a starting point, we created these four distinct looks.


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The charcoal wood frame of the Parkside Side Chair coordinates well with the base of our Keaton Trestle Table. Upholstered in taupe, the sleek lines create an upscale contemporary grouping. We think this combination looks like urban sophistication.


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Leather chairs are another great option. The deep brown tufted leather of the Venice Side Chair creates an interesting mix of textures when used with our Keaton table. The combination is a bit masculine with a casual yet rich feel.


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The curved lines of the Katy Graphite Parsons Chair offer a feminine option for this dining room experiment. The beautiful scrolled pattern creates a feeling of elegance. In soft grey with black legs, it’s a great choice for the zinc top and black base of our Keaton table.


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Finally, we love the casual style of the Hitchcock Chair. With blue denim upholstery and chrome nail trim accents, this choice creates an informal look with our industrial Keaton table. Perfect for a kitchen or casual dining space, this rustic look is urban farmhouse.

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