Hans Wegner Style Dining Chairs
Hans Dining Chair
Made in a solid ash wood, the Hans dining chair is both simplicity and high design at its peak. Its minimalist design paired with a black vegan leather cushioned seat, provides comfort and stability.
Inspired by the Hans Wegner Elbow Chair, our inspired Hans Wegner Dining Chairs are the epitome of style and elegance. The solid timber frame is complete with a vegan leather seat, offering the perfect combination of practicality and design. The Hans Wegner dining chair is clearly a style that will never date.
Standing on four, cylindrical wooden legs which are slightly tapered towards the bottom, the Hans chair gives clean lines within the context of its rounded corners. The vegan leather seat of the Hans Wegner style dining chair gives the illusion of floating on top of these four legs. The back rest gives a stylish bend that makes for comfort when sitting at the dining table or even at the office desk. In a pale natural oak or stained black oak look the Hans chair fits into contemporary and classic settings with ease.
With the perfect proportions of 52*53*79. The Hans Wegner style dining chair hold it own but is able to fit in nicely around any table, in any room size. The Hans is our most versatile dining chair. Sitting easily in an informal dining room just as well as a formal dining setting.
Made with our signature solid oak for versatility and strength. The Hans dining chair is a lifetime chair that will only grow with character as it ages, but oaks tough and resistant exterior will make sure that ageing does not happen prematurely. The cushioned vegan leather or Polyurethane seat is water resistant and can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Wiping away any chance of stains. In two combinations of Black Oak & Black PU and Natural & Black PU, these Hans Wegner style dining chairs will fit in effortlessly in any home.
History of the Hans Dining Chair
Hans Wegner was a Danish designer who came into fame in the mid century. Hans is credited with being the Scandinavian forerunner to the modernist movement. His chair designs were known for their classic simplicity which he managed to merge with elegant lines and shapes. We take inspiration with the Hans chair from his classic Hans Wegner elbow dining chair. A chair that looked simple yet was incredibly hard to mass produce at the time due to the quality of its joins and ingenuity. Hans Wegner wishbone dining chairs were also another of his famed designs. Hans J Wegner undoubtedly had a passion for chairs and has been quoted saying “The chair is the item closest to people’s hearts. It can be given a personal expression.” In his life he was responsible for creating over 500 different styles of chairs. The inspired Hans Wegner elbow dining chair ‘Hans’ is our ode to this amazing man and all he created. And our other inspired Hans Wegner Wishbone dining chair is just as amazing.
Styling your inspired Hans Wegner wishbone dining chair, or Hans Wegner elbow dining chair is made simple by its ability to fit in anywhere. In the black oak colour way, the Hans Wegner dining chair can go with the industrial or contemporary style or add some depth and classic looks to your formal dining area. The Hans dining chair in natural pale oak fits perfectly with sun drenched rooms and light-coloured walls. Its black PU seat giving the room some depth and opening opportunity to tie in some black and while photographs on the wall. These incredible dining chairs look amazing styled alongside our range of oak dining tables. For a casual dining look, paired with one of our round dining tables, the compass or compass II dining table in natural or black oak. Or go for the more spacious formal design of the Latitude dining table in ever classy black oak.
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