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Feast your eyes on these delectable dining chairs

 

Hugh Montgomery
Sunday 17 February 2013 01:00
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1. Wishbone chair (beech/citrus)

Conran Shop, £564

The price tag is hulking, but dammit if the appearance of Hans Wegner's iconic chairs in recent Scandi dramas hasn't made them all the more covetable. 0844 848 4000, conranshop.co.uk

2. Drift chair

John Lewis, £160

Bring a touch of New England to the table with these crisp white wooden seats. 08456 049 049, johnlewis.com

3. Hester chair

Habitat, £120

Refectory style gets recherché with these bright, school-like chairs, available in a range of colours. 0844 499 4686, habitat.co.uk

4. Nordal Metal Flower Chair

Idea Home Co, £140

These ornamental metal chairs are perfect for the kookier kind of kitchen. 0845 259 1359, notonthehighstreet.com

5. Calligaris l'eau chair

Heal's, £106.25

Enjoy meditative mealtimes thanks to the soothing ripples emanating from the centre of these chairs. 08700 240 780, heals.co.uk

6. Manilla Rattan Chair

Next Home, £225 for set of two

Tastefully woven chairs for those who like to remain neutral. 0844 844 8000, next.co.uk

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