Whether you are adding to an existing dining room, kitchen or counter ensemble, or looking to add to a couple of extra seats to one of our dining room sets, you will find deep discounts and unbeatable deals on our vast selection of dining chairs, counter height chairs, stools and more. From traditional upholstered chairs perfect for completing a formal dining room, to durable kitchen chairs built to withstand years of family dinners, to hip, modern barstools designed for small-space living, there is something for every dining room or kitchen need to ensure all of your guests are able to enjoy one of the best seats in the house.
The perfect seat to pair with the Rotta Denver Live Edge Dining Table, this bench is handmade in Brazil from solid pine and natural, live wood edges. Butterfly joinery and brushed finish work together to give this table a classic, rustic look.
This leggy eye-catching side chair stands out and fits right in with most styles with its X-back splay, amber finish and crisp caramel linen upholstered seat cushion, a lovely contrast to the warm wood.
The Thatcher solid poplar white oak veneer arm chair with X-back splay, stands out and fits right in with most styles. It's warm amber finish and crisp caramel linen upholstered seat cushion provides a crisp contrast to the warm wood.
The Brookhaven splat back side chair is made from poplar solids and flat cut elm veneers. It’s slightly distressed, finished in rustic dark elm and has upholstered seat cushions in a linen polyester blend.
The Brookhaven splat back arm chair is made from poplar solids and flat cut elm veneers. It’s slightly distressed, finished in rustic dark elm and has upholstered seat cushions in a linen polyester blend.
When you shop The Dump you’re going to see luxury one-of-a-kinds, closeouts, design samples, and discontinued products–all 40-80% off. Our outlets are always changing - you will find a whole new selection each week and a new treasure hunt each visit! If you see something you love, you’d better grab it before someone else does!