Two of Bonytt’s journalists show you what to look for when buying a chair for the dining table.
Niklas Hart and Siv Kerstin Bakke, both journalists in Bonytt, have seen and tested a lot of chairs. Now they have found their favorite and tell you why exactly it is best.
See the pride test in the video above.
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Eight pride tips
- Plastic chairs can also be used outdoors – smart if you have a small apartment with a balcony.
- Chairs can sometimes be taken and washed, an advantage if you live with children or have frequent dinners with a lot of red wine.
- Armrests can be salvaging but are also bulky.
- Stacking chairs are never a drawback. Have four chairs promote everyday and place the rest in the pot.
- Variety. The most important thing a dining chair can offer is the ability to vary sitting position, thus avoiding stiffening in the same position.
- Where the chair presses. Try to find out if the pressure on the body works evenly or concentrated. If the pressure is limited to a small part of the back or back, the chair will feel uncomfortable over time.
- Quality pays off in the long run. Once you’ve checked that the chair works solid and well-worked and will last far into the future, you should ask yourself: Will I like this chair far into the future?
- Mix’n match. It is not mandatory to buy a complete piece of furniture. Assembling a dining room of different chairs can also provide an exciting and unique result.
Also read: Looking for the perfect chair (Blog)
Niklas’ favorite: Panton chair
Design: Verner Panton
Price: kr 2100, Vitra
Siv’s favorite: Scandia Jr.
Design: Hans Brattrud
Price: kr 3565, Pur Norsk
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