The Chippendale dining room chairs are one of the most famous furniture designs of the eighteenth century. The patterns of the original chairs are valuable antiques. Although only a Chippendale style chair is fully upholstered, all styles feature upholstered seats.
Chinese-inspired: The inspiration of the Chinese Chippendale dining room chairs with padded upholstered seats and a removable or mahogany frame is very ornate. Features include an open back with a Chinese lattice work, a railing peak, quadrangular legs and a seat shaped tin. The lattice work can also be found in sections along the frame of the chair.
French-inspired: The French-inspired, of Chippendale dining room chairs is the only style in which it is fully upholstered. In addition, the chair, intended for use as a dining chair in a formal space, with detailed specifications rococo sculpture, especially in the legs, making it very ornate and different from the typical French style chair.
Gothic: In addition to the mahogany frame, Gothic Chippendale style chair features an open back with a carved English Rococo and Gothic design, so this type of chair is very artistic. Some produced in this style were made to look like a window in Gothic style.