Stackable chairs are practical but generally don’t look pretty. Being eyesores they are often relegated to the shed or basement. Not these design stacking chairs. These works of art look great when in use and make pleasant to the eye, structures when piled too.
1. Dao Metal Chair
This Japanese-designed chair has a seamless frame with an oak seat and backrest. The narrow backrest and outward-tilted arms allow the chairs to be stacked.
DAO offers ergonomic comfort with its gently-curved seat edge and all-in-one construction. The frame is available in black or white, and the seat comes in black or a variety of natural wood finishes.
2. S-Shape Stackable Chair
This space-age chair is made from a single piece of molded plastic which forms the backrest, seat, and legs.
Gentle curves in the seat and back make it comfortable to sit in, and the tough polyurethane construction makes the S-Shape Chair durable and weatherproof – simply wipe down with a damp cloth if it gets dirty. It’s available in plain black or white, or four other bright colors.
3. Myto Chair
Meet the Myto Chair, an expensive-looking stackable chair that astounds and lures you in with its colorful design and chic modern flair. However, you needn’t fear the price tag.
The Myto Chair is made entirely out of durable plastic that cuts your expenses in half, saving you money while giving your venue the sophisticated look it needs. Savings on designer furniture never looked so good.
4. Toy Stackable Armchair
Designed by Phillipe Starck for Driade, the Toy Armchair has been a best-seller since it was first produced in 1999.
It has the classic shape of a 1950s straight-backed armchair, but made in sturdy polypropylene and available in four colours. This means it’s light, stackable, and suitable for outdoor or indoor use.
5. The Masters Chair
The Masters Chair from Philippe Starck has one of the most wicked designs we’ve ever seen. Those with sinful taste will appreciate the sultry curves and pointed “horns” on the chair’s back, but this little devil does more than just look good.
It combines the function and features of three popular modern designs to create the ultimate chair for both social and work events.
6. Miura Stool
For durability that hosts a lightweight portable design, look no further than the Plank High Stool. The Plank is cleverly designed with strong support for most weights, even heavier ones, while supporting your back and legs with its footrest bar.
Say goodbye to dangling legs and a sore lumbar region – the Miura Stool will cradle you in comfort and save space at the same time.
7. Entourage Stack Chair
Are you tired of paying for expensive chairs that suck up all of your space? The Entourage Stack Chair is the best of both quality and function, and it stacks out of the way when you don’t need it!
The curved backrest is supportive and comfortable, while the lack of arms encourages better posture when sitting. The Entourage is suited for either indoor or outdoor activities, so don’t worry about rain damage!
8. LUC Chair
It’s true – geometry can be sexy. Never was this more evident than in the Luc Chair’s pliable and magnificent form. Your next meeting can be spent in comfort when you use this economical and comfortable chair.
Upholstered felt on the backrest and seat blends seamlessly with the color of the aluminum and steel design so that it’s borderline invisible. Learn more about Luc Chair.
9. Vegetal Chair
The Vegetal stackable chair brings to mind the images of lush, tropical getaways, sandy beaches, and dense rainforests. It’s practically springing alive with greenery!
Using organic forms to create a stackable, space-saving chair, the Bouroullec brothers have simultaneously changed the face of ergonomic furniture with lifelike creations designed to impress.
10. Fab Chair
Not all chairs are confined to a block form, nor should they be. The Fab Chair defies standards and provides a fashionable addition to your décor that will make you do a double take.
Even though it’s lined with plush fabric that gives your tired backside support, it still stacks like a charm, saving you both space and an egregious fashion faux pas.
11. St Mark Stacking Chair
The beauty of simplicity is that it can be shown in so many ways. Take the St. Mark Chair, for example. A single tone of color graces the glossy exterior of simple curves and straight lines. It’s almost whimsical, and the wood and aluminum materials are suited for either indoor or outdoor use.
Rather than limiting the imagination, the St. Mark Chair opens up new possibilities for interior and exterior design.
12. Compact Stack Chair
Like the sleek and simple little black dress, the Black Stack Chair is timeless. This classic beauty is as durable as it gets; it can hold up to an astonishing 880 lbs of static weight!
The supportive crossbar at the front of the chair is perfect for perching your feet on, and the built-in handle makes transporting the chair a breeze.
13. Basket Chair
This delightful chair will have you reminiscing about spring gardening with its basket design. The Basket Chair is certainly a charmer, and it’s easy to see why when you look at its playful colors and cradled design.
Slim armrests allow you to sit reclined or upright without getting in the way, and you can stack multiple Baskets on top of one another to free up space.
14. Copenhague Chair
Lacquered wood looks incredibly classy no matter what décor it’s surrounded by. The sleek shine and glossy feel will make anyone feel sophisticated, but the Bouroullec brothers have taken raw design a step further with the Copenhague Chair.
Felt can be added to the seat for extra comfort, but the chair does well enough on its own.
15. Monza Chair
The Monza Chair was originally designed for restaurant use, which means it’s not only elegant but tough.
The chairs are stackable for easy storage, and the back rest is designed to hook from a table so you can easily clean the floor underneath without having to lift your chairs onto the table. This design is such a classic that it’s represented in the Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA.
16. Chaise M1
The Chaise M1 simply looks professional. It’s the perfect addition to an office environment, but it looks equally sleek in your home.
The mobility and stackability of this cool metal chair make everything easier, whether you’re setting up for a boardroom meeting or putting extra chairs out for friends at a barbeque. Its lightweight design lets you rearrange at a moment’s notice.
17. Papyrus Chair Kartell
The Papyrus Stacking Chair and its companions look more like stained glass windows than a chair as they glisten in the afternoon sunlight. They’re almost too beautiful to sit in, but once you do, you’ll understand what makes it the ideal seat for anywhere you choose to rest yourself.
You can use it virtually anywhere. Personally, we favor using them at the poolside in full sunshine.
18. Caper Stacking Chair
The Caper Stacking Chair is as flexible as you need it to be. This casual observer sits quietly in the corner until you have use of it, stacking easily along with its brothers and sisters.
Although unassuming, the Caper is an invaluable addition to informal spaces. Color choices range from low neutrals to bright and vivacious hues.
19. Y Chair by Tom Dixon
If you want a chair that stands out from the rest and makes a striking impression, you should seriously consider the Y Chair. As its name implies, the chair’s backrest forms the shape of a Y.
Executive boardrooms, hotel suites and other professional venues that want a high class aesthetic can benefit from this chair’s royal appearance.
20. Catifa 46
Clean and clever, the Catifa 46 stackable chair adds a touch of class to any room. Catifa’s two-colored seat has a sense of mystique, supplying a different look from every angle.
Although slim, the Catifa 46 provides ample comfort with a curved backrest and lumbar support on its base. Multiple chairs can be easily stacked and moved because of the lightweight design.
21. Handle Chair
Dragging stackable chairs around your space takes a toll and can be a very annoying hassle. The Handle Chair by Peter Johansen was made to overcome this problem.
With a pleasantly simple and raw design, a handle has been built into the back of the chair for easy lifting and transport, as well as a simplified shipping and assembly process. Each chair can also be stacked to save room when not in use.
22. LessThanFive Chair
What’s in a name? When it comes to the LessThanFive stacking chair, its name speaks volumes… or rather, pounds. LessThanFive is a lightweight carbon fiber chair that weighs just under five pounds, making it one of the lightest chairs around.
Although it’s no heavyweight, the LessThanFive Chair is sturdy and durable, with a backrest that conforms to your spine and sloped armrests. You’ll stay comfortable and supported, and the chair will remain easily transportable.
Who says raw design has to be boring? The Solo chair is anything but, and its collection of color choices let you show off your personality and good taste.
Originally designed for cafes, the Solo Chair also makes a fine addition to kitchens and outdoor seating areas. Solo’s character speaks for itself, and you’ll enjoy long hours talking with friends and family on this comfortable, practical chair.
24. Casper Dining Armchair
Casper the friendly ghost must have also been an interior designer. After all, his namesake is on this splendid armchair with invisible lines.
Rather than depend on a solid form for aesthetic appeal, the Casper Armchair is completely see-through and melts into its environment, taking on the colors of the area surrounding it. Colored versions are also available in a range of different options.
25. Emu Pattern Chair
Relax poolside with this highly breathable chair from Coalesse. The Emu Chair has a unique pattern that allows air to pass through on hot, sultry days when other chairs make you sweat.
The Pattern Chair is stackable and lightweight, making it ideal for outdoor activities where seating must be rearranged at times. The chairs are also eco-friendly, made from 100% recyclable materials.