No Compromise on Comfort Wills Furniture Dining Chair Design

When a stylish furniture piece is designed sometimes the most important aspect of good design is missed. Comfort!  You can be assured that Wills Furniture designs never compromise on comfort, following traditional methods handed down over generations, we use hand sprung seating and sumptuous cushioning built upon strong, Australian hardwood timber framing.  The Wills Furniture Dining Chair Collection is no exception, with all dining chairs featuring either Victorian Ash or Tasmanian Oak legs, which can be polished or painted to any requirement. The choice of fabric lies with the Interior Designer or Decorator or they may prefer a leather seat. A stylish finish with either piping or studding is another option available.

Introducing another four dining chairs in the collection :

This low back, sleek, contemporary design with elegantly tapered legs will suit any modern home. The generous seat size, together with hand sprung coil seating, sumptuous cushioning and timber frame ensure supreme comfort.


This beauty is a dining room classic with its scroll back, detailed provincial legs and generous height. Once again comfort is assured with traditional upholstery methods used in the Wills Furniture factory.


We all love a bar stool and one that is comfortable enough for a good session is a real find. This tub stool with an arched tub style back, timber detail and firm foam seat is hard to beat for use as a kitchen stool or bar stool.


This unique, curved back dining chair with sleek, elegant lines curving down to low, tapered arms is a charmer and can be used as a dining chair or occasional chair. Its elegant, tapered legs feature brass castor detail and it is handsomely finished with a piped border.


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