Occasional Chairs

As the sociable season approaches (I can’t say the C work yet!) we’re starting to think about how we fit everyone in the house comfortably. Occasional chairs are great for just what they imply, an occasion! For me, they double-up as another table around the table and also another pew in the lounge.

Here are our favourite chairs that won’t break the budget of £350 and less (bar one!).

Occasional chairs

Stanley Chair by Made.com

Our favourite affordable occasional chairs

Made.com Stanley Accent Chair

A gorgeous metal legged chair with a plush leather seat. We love it in chestnut leather and gold legs. Top end of the occasional chairs budget at £249.

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Stanley Occasional Chair by Made.com

Ikea Gagnet Chair

A wonderful little chair for only £70. Stylish and practical, perhaps a little more comfy with a fleece or throw.

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ikea chair

Cox & Cox Jute String Chair

Another great little chair with lots of personality. We love the jute base on the metal frame. Just £126 on the website at the moment too!

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string chair

Graham and Green Nelson Wicker Chair

I just LOVE this chair. Beautiful wicker seat on a lovely wooden frame. Fab with a fleece thrown on it.

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woven chair

Habitat’s Misty Chair

Misty is a stunner! Full of style and available in some lovely vibrant colours. A great way to add some mid-century style to your home.

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metal leg chair

Swoon’s Corella Chair

Back to basics, but gosh isn’t it beautiful! A classic piece and a good price at £149.

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wood chair

French Connection’s Leather Sling Back Chair

I had to include this beauty. A little pricey (and I’ve had to raise my price bracket to fit it in!) but such a great investment piece. It’s £495 but worth every penny!

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brown leather chair

Anna Tonkin

I love interiors! I've always enjoyed styling my home and my husband will tell you I'm always moving things around and trying something new. My favs include Mid Century Modern and Ecclectic mixes of contrasting themes such as classical design and pop art.

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