Dinner Parties or simply Family gatherings – Dining in style with Wills Furniture – Elegance and Comfort.

With the living room newly furnished from the Wills Collection, it’s time to consider the dining room and its selected design elements.

With many modern homes featuring breakfast islands, island benches and casual dining options, it’s sensible to consider seating for both the breakfast bar and the dining table.

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The Wills Collection provides a wonderful selection of Dining Chairs, Tub Chairs and tall chairs such as the Stockton.

Add to this a superb range of both Classic and Contemporary Chairs and the Wills Collection of fine furniture continues to offer meaningful contribution to both the design and style of your home.

Complimentary fabrics or leathers matching or contrasting your Lounge Suite, Sofas and Arm Chairs, what a magnificent choice is available to Wills customers!

The Wills Collection features a range of beautifully designed dining chairs – all supremely comfortable, stylish and of the highest quality. Hand built by our artisans and craftsmen, selected Wills Dining Chairs will last you a lifetime.

This week we review some of our more popular selections.

Hotham Dining Chair

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Let’s start with the Hotham Dining Chair. One of our more popular selections, the Hotham is a standard humpback styled chair, utilitarian yet simple and attractive. With tapered legs, choose between Victorian Ash or Tasmanian Oak, both of which can be highly polished or painted as desired. Enjoy the superb comfort of the hand tied coil sprung seat whilst relaxing over a good vintage with friends.

Melba Dining Chair

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A standard scroll-back style dining chair, the Melba Dining Chair simple yet attractive. Again the choice is tapered legs in either Victorian Ash or Tasmanian Oak. Your Interior Designer can select to polish the legs or have them painted to specification.

Cambridge Dining Chair

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A dining chair should be at once practical, comfortable and stylish. When it comes to practical it’s hard to go past the Cambridge Chair, a classic dining chair style with a humpback and stretcher rails, upholstered for comfort with a hand tied, coil sprung seat. Clients can choose Victorian Ash or Tasmanian Oak legs, which can be polished or painted to suit the style of the accompanying dining table and interior design of the dining room.

Hotham Carver Chair

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A variation of the Hotham, the Hotham Carver Chair differs with highly polished timber arms and is slightly wider and higher to make the chair a feature of each end of the dining table. It’s eminently suitable to combine with the Hotham in creating a unique dining table ensemble.

Stockton Stool

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The Stockton Stool can be used as a barstool or Kitchen stool. With its arched back tub style, timber detailing and firm foam seat, it’s the barstool that won’t see you moving too far – it’s so comfortable. Strong durable frame – its built to last a lifetime. So cheers to the Stockton!

With all dining chairs there is the option of selecting piping or studded finishes, with your choice of fabric or leather for the upholstery you desire. As previously stated, Wills Furniture has a full range of traditional and contemporary dining chairs available for your selection.

In the meantime please feel free to browse through our Collection here. Call now on 03 9815 0111 and make an appointment to visit our showrooms and factory at 6 Guest St Hawthorn, or leave your details here and one of our friendly staff will respond promptly to your enquiry.

For Design, Luxury and Comfort – it’s always Wills Furniture – your first choice.

Wills Furniture – It’s simply the best

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