Reclaimed wood dining chair with a cream upholstered seat
Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Chair
Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Chair with padded seat
Seat detail of Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Chair

Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Chairs (pair)

Regular price £285.00 Save £0.00

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Wooden Dining Chairs

Delivery 2 - 4 weeks. Our Farringdon Dining Chairs are made with the highest quality reclaimed wood, and are finished in a gorgeous Saltash grey stain making them a perfect match for our Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Table. A beautifully simple and classic design featuring slatted back and padded upholstered seat, they make ideal chairs for your kitchen or dining room table These chairs look stunning next to wooden dining tables.

Please note that as a handmade and hand finished piece of furniture, every piece is unique and the tone and finish of the wood can vary slightly from piece to piece. The table can be supplied with or without extensions. 

Dimensions: H102 x D50 x W48cm / Free delivery to most mainland UK*


Farringdon Reclaimed Wood Dining Chairs around dining table

Reclaimed wood variations


Variation in finish

Reclaimed wood that has been hand finished, will vary in tone giving you a one-of-a-kind piece.


Splits & nail marks

Nails are removed manually and hand sanded making every piece unique.



Reclaimed wood comes with knots and natural markings, giving it a unique character.


A truly unique and natural material

Every piece of reclaimed wood furniture comes with a story to tell and its written all over its face. Salvaged from former barns, warehouses, disused railways, scaffolding boards and even old Chinese fishing junks, the wood is carefully crafted by master craftspeople to maintain the individuality and history each piece boasts.

It won’t look pristine. It will have its very own marks and scuffs, dents and knots, nail holes and cracks. Each imperfection is a celebration of its history and uniquenesses and brings a beauty that is impossible to replicate.

More about reclaimed wood and how its rustic beauty is a thing to be proud of.