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Wednesday Wishlist: Coastal Dining Chairs

Coastal Interiors, Fave Picks, Home Blog Posts, Interiors, Dining RoomAnneke McConnell

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Hey guys! Thanks so much for the love on our Bedroom Makeover in my last post. It's been a labor of love and nice that it finally feels like our own special retreat.  With all three kiddos headed back to school here in a couple weeks, not to mention our oldest heading into the teenager years (was she not just born?), I think I'll be more ready than ever to head there at the end of the day!

We've made some major progress in our beach house dining room with the new buffet cabinet (thanks for helping me vote on Instagram!), and the capiz shell chandelier and braided jute rug are both set to arrive later this week. I can't wait to share more, but the next item to decide on are dining chairs.

I wish this was easier said than done, but to give you an idea, here are some of the criteria we are working with:

1. We have 5 human beings using the dining space everyday for a variety of things from eating to crafts to computer time. A few of those humans are smaller (well....actually nope, not anymore) and sometimes a little messy (definitely still this).

2. It's a tight space. The round table is 44" diameter and the scale of the dining chairs needs to be pretty small but still comfortable.

3. We don't want to block the view. We're currently just using these stacking metal stools which is nice because they don't block the view, but a low back chair would be nice for more comfort.


With that said, I've been scouring the internet for something that fits our style, budget, and scale.  I have it narrowed down to about 4 options, but since it has been something I've spent hours on, I had to share some of the best dining chairs I come across that really fit that coastal aesthetic!

On the other side of the room closer to the kitchen we have an even smaller dining nook that seats two and I ordered these pretty and more cozy wicker armchairs for that spot which is more of a spot for relaxing. :-)

If you're on the hunt for some coastal style dining chairs, these are all great options. When you hover over the photos in the roundup below you can see a listed price. Keep in mind this may be for a SET of chairs AND many of the chairs are available in different fabric options or stain and paint colors.

Let me know if you snag any of these and best of luck!




 Agatha Dining Chair Pottery Barn / White Tilden Spindle Back Dining Chair Pottery Barn /  Sag Harbor Wicker and Rattan Dining Chair Wayfair /  Slipcovered Parsons Dining Chair Wayfair



Lucille Linen Dining Chair HOUZZ / Saint Pierre Solid Wood Spindle Back Dining Chair in White Wayfair / Amish Wood Dining Chair in White HOUZZ / Lucia Armchair HOUZZ



Nico Dining Armchair Hayneedle / Sunwashed Riviera Armchair Serena & Lily / Riviera Side Chair in Chevron Serena & Lily / Parsons Chair Slipcover and Frame Ballard Designs (over 350 fabric options - shown in Robins Stripe Azure Sunbrella)


The four options I'm currently considering for our beach house are the Boca Kubu Side Chair, the Sawyer Cross Back Chair in white, a Slipcovered Parsons Chair in white, OR sticking with a backless stool option like these Rope Storage Ottomans which double as seating. I just don't know yet! Any help is welcome!




The Tilden Spindle Back dining chair from Pottery Barn is a top contender for our own beach house. It fits all of the criteria, although I'm not sure if I'd rather go for vertical spindles or an X back.




From the beach!



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Serena & Lily




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One Kings Lane




......just to name a few!



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