Mix & Match

Did you know we offer the flexibility to mix and match different dining table and chairs styles to create the perfect setting for your outdoor space?

 

This means you can select any size, shape, colour or material table and match it with whatever chair takes your fancy! 

Mixing and matching a table and chair dining combination can bring a sense of style and individuality to your outdoor space. You can successfully mix and match a dining setting by selecting a consistent theme, such as the material it is made of, the colour of the legs or fabric or simply the design style. 

Here are our top tips for mixing and matching styles

Match items with complementary features or accents 

Dining settings work well when a chair and table share a defining element such as teak accents or the same style legs. Our Stockholm Dining Table and Felice Dining Chairs make a great combination. Both feature gun metal grey legs and stylish teak accents. 

Combine a teak table with an aluminium or resin chair 

Sometimes it is nice to mix it up a bit.  Warm and robust teak tables work well with chairs which are light in style and colour tone. We have a huge range of aluminium and resin chairs which can be paired with a teak table.

Use a Consistent Colour or Material 

Or you might like to keep it traditional and and keep the colour and material consistent. We have a wide range of aluminium chairs and tables in various aluminium colours such as white, charcoal, champagne and black. You might like to select a large extension table which can seat up to 12 or a smaller 6 seater table which can fit in a smaller space.

Use Contrasting materials and colours 

Create an impact by pairing pieces made with contrasting colours and materials. Combining materials such as wicker, rope, teak and concrete is a great way to create something unique! 

 

These are just a small selection of the various combinations available at our Brisbane Showroom. We invite you to pop in and have some fun creating the perfect combination which complements both your design style and your home.