Modern Gold Dining Chairs

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Our favorite dining room chairs have more than good looks to recommend them. Ranging from iconic to innovative, eco-friendly to cutting edge, these distinctive modern designs are superbly crafted to offer both comfort and versatility.

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Why Modern Gold Dining Chairs Will Match Your Style

Elegant, flashy, and endlessly chic, modern gold dining chairs are a great option for your dining room as they are incredibly versatile and can fit within a number of design schemes. Whether you select gold or brass as a finish option, both bring a hint of sparkle that can elevate a space and balance out the rich finish of a solid wood dining table or even add some unexpected glamor to a plain metal dining table. While full gold-finished chairs are an option (Like the Precious Masters Arm Chair) opting for a modern dining chair that offers a hint of gold in the legs, back, or subtle accents brings a more refined and sophisticated hint of glamor that will work well with your surrounding furniture while elevating your morning and evening meals.

How a set of Modern Gold Dining Chair Can Highlight Your Room Decor

Perfect for art deco, contemporary, Hollywood glam, and even industrial-inspired dining rooms, modern gold dining chairs highlight your room decor by elevating the overall look with a touch of glitz and glam. Since a majority of dining tables come in a neutral colorway such as brown, white, black, gray, or clear glass, selecting a modern gold dining chair can balance out this neutrality with some metallic sheen. Look for modern dining chairs that combine gold into their structure subtly like the Remix Woven Dining Chair with a beautiful brass-finished frame, or the Rider Dining Chair with stunning brass accents on the feet and back of the chair. If you’re looking to go big, The Golden Chair from Moooi is your best bet with a classic dining chair silhouette and fabulous gold finish tip to toe. 

Are Modern Gold Dining Chairs Going Out Of Style?

While the application of gold finishes has certainly changed over the years, it still remains a popular option for furniture and lighting in a variety of spaces. With modern gold dining chairs, you are adding a pop of metallic that won’t invade your space, so it is the perfect way to feel out if gold finishes are right for you. Matching lighting finishes and hardware in your dining room will make the space feel cohesive without overpowering it. At the end of the day, it's your home and if you are happy and loving the look, then we do too! 2Modern has a great selection of gold and brass-finished furniture, lighting, and decor pieces all ready to elevate and accentuate your modern home.

Modern Gold Dining Chairs FAQs

  • Can You Mix Modern Chairs With A Traditional Table?

Absolutely! A fun way to add a touch of excitement to an interior is by mixing old and new pieces. A traditional table mixed with more modern seating can bring something old back to life and add an eclectic vibe to your home. Gold dining chairs can work particularly well in this scenario adding a bit of sparkle to a solid wood or metal dining table. 

  • Do Dining Chairs Have To Match? 

Your dining chairs do not have to match, however a coordinated style of decor does help to create a room with good flow and unity, even if not everything matches. For a small step, switch out the chairs at the heads of the table with something a bit more grand or upholstered versus not. Perfect for a farmhouse modern, contemporary, or even French rustic set-up, non-matching chairs can add an eclectic touch that makes a space all your own.

  • How Tall Should Your Dining Chairs Be?

A good rule of thumb to follow when picking out new dining chairs is to know that the standard height of a dining room chair is 18 inches. Take this into consideration when selecting your table too as you want to ensure your guests have a minimum of 8-12 inches from the bottom of the table to the tops of their knees. This will make it effortless to get in and out of their chair without bumping their legs on the table.