Designing with Acrylic / Lucite Dining Chairs

Once perceived as purely kitsch, acrylic and lucite have become trendy materials for either upping the ante of a contemporary dining room or lending a playful juxtaposition in a more traditional space. In these 20 dining areas, designers creatively used acrylic and lucite chairs, pairing the plastic with unique accessories and a range of materials, including marble, wood, and metal, to deliver standout designs.
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Contemporary home with a simple palette of neutrals and rich, luxurious finishes by Pamela Pennington Studios
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South Lake Union Loft by Brio Interior Design

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Amanda Barnes Interiors Coastal + Bohemian Dining Room by Amanda Barnes Interiors

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Holland Park, London, Dinning Area by Spencer & Wedekind

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Dining room cabinets in Black lip shell by Simon Orrell Designs

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An Eclectic Modern Dining Room by Workroom C
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Contemporary dining room with statement art, lucite table and chairs by Jeff Schlarb Design Studio
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Urban Elegance – Kitchen by Wendy Labrum Interiors
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Houston, TX – dining room by Meg Lonergan Interiors
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Modern Dining Room with pops of color by JMA Interior Design

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north York townhouse. Kitchen detail. by Estee Design

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Rye NY Contemporary Dining Room Renovation by Lara Michelle Interiors
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Fort Lauderdale Estate Kitchen Breakfast Area – Annie Santulli Interior Design by Annie Santulli Designs
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Eclectic Modern Townhome Breakfast Nook by Inspired Interiors
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Acrylic ghost chairs are a clean addition to the island dining space. by Wesley-Wayne Interiors

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Creve Coeur Villa Living by Marcia Moore Design
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Pacific Heights Residence by April Powers Interior Design
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This modern tropical dining area makes a bold statement with yellow wallpaper on the curved window wall and transparent green acrylic swivel dining chairs. by Fava Design Group

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5th Avenue by Jamie Herzlinger
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Acrylic Dining Table in transitional dining room by Prop Positions Inc.