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Product spotlight: Sporta chairs
March 30, 2011 at 6:00 pm 0
Modern and funky Sporta chair by Danetti

Modern and funky Sporta chair by Danetti

If you want a modern, simple dining chair then the Sporta is one of the best. It's available in a host of colours - opaque red, black and white and translucent blue, yellow, red and clear. The ergonomically moulded plastic shell seat is set on a chromed steel frame. Although the chair is wonderfully simple and light-weight, it's strong enough to be used in even a commercial setting - making it great for cafes and informal restaurants! The wipe-clean finish is particularly handy if this is what you've got planned for your chairs.
Clean lines: the Sporta chair is simple and sleek

Clean lines: the Sporta chair is simple and sleek

It's also ideal for homes, as the range of colours makes it easy to match to your existing decor. If you need a chair that can be neatly stored away after use, then the Sporta rises to the challenge once again - it's stackable. We know you'll love this product as much as we do.
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Bright furniture for a contemporary interior
March 16, 2011 at 10:02 pm 0
Silvi red bar stool

Bold and bright: the Silvi red bar stool from Danetti

We're big fans of colour at Danetti, so if you're looking for a red dining chair, a green bar stool or a yellow sofa, we can help. It's amazing how just a few bright accents can liven up a room, and bright furniture's also really summery! If you have a whole bar or house to furnish, just ask us about the products that compliment each other and we'll point you in the right direction. We have swatches of most of our fabrics available, so you can see the exact colour you'll be getting.
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Buy seats for your home or business in party political colours!
May 7, 2010 at 9:16 am 0
In the wake of yesterday's general election the political map of the UK is looking like a particularly colourful patchwork quilt - with blue, red, yellow and for the first time green seats. We thought we'd pay a tongue in-cheek tribute to the election by showing you our favourite blue, red, yellow and green seats. Which one gets your vote?
Blue Emo chair

Blue Emo chair

These delightful brightly coloured polypropylene dining chairs which we call Emo are guaranteed to cheer you up. They've got a simple, modern look, and have been ergonomically designed so you get superior comfort and lumbar support. The chair is all moulded polymer - which means there are no screws, joints or stress points to cause instability. They're great used indoors or outdoors, and can be neatly stored away when not in use as they stack up to 10 chairs high. You can mix and match colours to create a fun interiors scheme.

Coco flat chair in red

Coco flat chair in red


The Coco flat chair is a retro-styled modern classic, with a friendly informal shape which will give any space a very cool vibe and make it a place you want to be.

With its gentle curves, semi-transparent material and smooth texture, we think the Coco will fit into any home or work environment, and would be great for use in waiting areas, bars and cafes.

This version of the Coco is the pedestal chair, which has an attractive UV-resistant multi-layer composite acrylic shell, mounted on a swivel and gas-lift pedestal with a sturdy circular base.

Orla bar stool in yellow

Orla bar stool in yellow

The Orla bar stool is a new take on an old theme. From the front the Orla may look like any other square bar stool, but viewed from the side the angle of the seat and frame becomes apparent and creates an eye catching piece. You can imagine a line of Orlas in a bar or nightclub, the angled upholstered seat drawing the customer to sit. The Orla stool has four legs in a chrome finish and the upholstered seat is available in a variety of colours. The Orla bar stool is sturdy enough for the commercial environment, but would look equally good in the modern domestic interior space.

Kiri chair in green

Kiri chair in green


The Kiri chair, designed by Philippe Stark, is a unique piece of furniture.

It is a stackable polypropylene chair suitable for outdoor use. It comes in a range of colours and looks great in a wide range of locations. The stackability is handy for space-saving storage and transport, making it a great choice for gardens, pubs, cafes and outdoor events.

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Choosing a dining room chair: the Danetti guide
March 15, 2010 at 2:22 pm 0
Choosing dining room chairs can be a tricky business. Here at Danetti, we want to help you find something that is both stylish and functional. You need dining chairs which are comfortable, hard-wearing, attractive, and that co-ordinate with the rest of your furniture and your interior style. If you have a small home then you may also want your dining chairs to be stackable. To make sure you don't make a purchasing faux pas, follow our 10 point guide to choosing the best chairs for your dining space: 1. Think about the style. If you have a contemporary home interior then you need chairs that are going to fit in. Plain, minimalist designs, perhaps with chrome and leather, will work well in a contemporary setting. Cutting edge design will make your home seem more expensive.
Coloured dining chairs

Hard-wearing dining chairs

2. Think about the material. Just in case the red wine bottle spills, it is best to have dining chairs that are serviceable. Wooden or plastic dining chairs are great because they can simply be wiped clean and will not mark. Leather or faux leather dining chairs are also very hard-wearing, and can be cleaned with special products. 3. How many chairs do you need? If you have a small dining room table then you may just want two or four dining chairs to go around it. In this case, you can afford to make a bit of a statement with bold design and striking colour. However, if you have a very large dining room table then you will need to buy perhaps 10 or 12 dining room chairs, and you may want to keep the look simple and uncluttered by choosing a minimalist style of chair. 4. Who will be using them? If you are a young couple and you want dining chairs for your friends when they come for dinner parties, then the dining chairs can be very design-led and your decision mainly based on how the chairs look. If you expect to have older guests who need a comfortable seat, then you may want to buy chairs with arm rests and high back, which are great for support.
Match dining chairs with dining table

Match dining chairs with your dining table

5. What dining table do you have? Mis-matching tables and chairs can really ruin the look of your dining area. You need to make sure that the seats are a good height for sitting at the table, and that the materials are matching or complimentary. A glass and chrome table, for example, can look very harmonious with a leather and chrome dining chair. Ask Danetti if you want advice and suggestions about which chairs go well with which tables. We'll be happy to help. 6. Are you planning on open-plan living? If you're creating a kitchen-dining or a living-room-dining space, then you will need to take into account the furniture you have in the other parts of the room. What colour and style is your kitchen? What material is your sofa made from, what is the flooring like? At Danetti we have such a huge range of dining chairs that you're sure to find something that will fit in. 7. Plan your budget. Quality dining chairs can be a good investment - the last thing you want is for the chairs to become wobbly or unstable for people to sit on. We normally recommend that you spend at least £50 per chair, and often the more you pay, the more you get, in terms of design and quality. Remember at Danetti there is a 2-year guarantee on all products so  you know you are buying furniture that will last, whatever your budget. 8. Do you need more space? Stackable dining chairs are a great option for people living in small homes, because the chairs can be neatly stacked in the dining room, or in another room, until you have guests to stay. For many people only 2, 3 or 4 chairs are needed regularly and the others only now and then.
Dining chairs in bright colours

Danetti's dining chairs come in many colours

9. What colour do you fancy? Danetti's dining chairs come in a huge variety of colours - many styles are available in red, green, blue, purple, orange, and tens of other colours, plus the popular black, white and brown. You can pick your dining chair colour to co-ordinate with your soft furnishings, or even to provide a 'pop' of accent colour in a very plain and minimalist scheme. 10. Do you need the chairs to be multi-purpose? If you buy dining chairs in neutral colours, or colours that tone in with the rest of your home, then you can easily use them in hallways, bedrooms, even studies, when you're not using them at the table. This can both save you money and mean that you don't have an excess of furniture clogging up your home.

We hope this guide has been helpful. Now you have your checklist, take a look at Danetti's full range of dining chairs ...