Big and Tall Dining Chair Buying Guide

Beth Rice 13/10/2016

Our families and loved ones come in all shapes and sizes, and our furniture is designed to provide you with styles you love and support you need.

Look for the following elements when selecting dining chairs to ensure longer-lasting durability, especially for big and tall shoppers:

Big and Tall Chair Buying Infographic

Amish Dining Chairs with Extra Room

With the average dining chair being 16-20 inches wide and 16-18 inches deep, we’ve compiled a list of styles with a little extra width and depth in the seat, providing more room to get comfortable.

Contemporary Style ~ Amish Christy Fanback Dining Chair

Width: 19 ½” | Depth: 24” | Height: 42”

The clean outline and smooth form of the Amish Christy Fanback Chair make it a dining room favorite. This dining room chair is currently featured in our DutchCrafters furniture store in Sarasota, Florida.

Amish Christy Fanback Dining Chair

French Country Style ~ Amish Provence Dining Chair

Width: 19 ¾” | Depth: 17 ½” | Height: 39 ½”

Rustic elements and delicate curves are displayed in the Amish Provence Dining Chair.

Amish Provence Dining Chair

Queen Anne Style ~ Amish Keystone Queen Anne Dining Room Chair

Width: 22” | Depth: 16 ¼” | Height: 42 ¼”

This Queen Anne dining chair rises to any occasion with curves in all the right places.

Amish Keystone Queen Anne Dining Room Chair

Barn Wood Style ~ Amish Reclaimed Wood Ladderback Chair

Width: 19 ½” | Depth: 18” | Height: 41 ½”

This Reclaimed Wood Ladderback Chair tells its own story with the salvaged wood it displays. This dining chair is currently featured in our DutchCrafters Furniture Showroom exhibiting a rustic charm.Amish Reclaimed Wood Ladderback Chair

Traditional Style ~ Amish Cleveland Dining Chair

Width: 20 ¼”| Depth: 17 ½” | Height: 42 ¼”

Exhibiting a comfortable elegance, the Cleveland Dining Chair provides a reliable form that adapts to changing styles.

Amish Cleveland Dining ChairTransitional Style ~ American Made Verona Dining Chair

Width: 20 ¼” | Depth: 17” | Height: 40 ¼”

Blending the traditional and the contemporary, the Verona Dining Chair transitions with your dining room furniture easily.

American Made Verona Dining Chair

Mission Style ~ Amish Big and Tall Mission Dining Chair

Width: 22 ¼” | Seat Depth: 18 ½” | Height: 42”

Mission style furniture offers a clean design that showcases your solid wood choice beautifully. The Amish Big and Tall Mission Dining Chair is spacious, comfortable, and stylish.

Amish Big and Tall Mission Dining Chair

Windsor Style ~ Amish Regent Windsor Dining Chair

Width: 21” | Depth: 15 ¾” | Height: 40 ½”

Elegant and refined, the Regent Windsor Dining Chair provides a reason to celebrate in the dining room.

Amish Regent Windsor Dining Chair

Mid Century Modern Style ~ Amish Grand River Arts and Crafts Dining Chair

Width: 20” | Depth: 18” | Height: 41”

The Grand River Arts and Crafts Dining Chair embraces a natural look with a focus on function.

Amish Grand River Arts and Crafts Dining Chair

Amish Bar Stools for Long Legs

These solid wood styles offer bar stool height with room to stretch out comfortably.

Contemporary Style ~ Amish Canterbury Bar Stool

Width: 20” | Depth: 16 ½” | Height: 24” or 30”

The Amish Canterbury Bar Stool offers a rugged look to complement a contemporary style.

Amish Canterbury Bar Stool

Mission Style ~ Amish Straight Lincoln Mission Bar Stool

Width: 21” | Depth: 18 ¼” | Height: 24 ¼” or 30 ¼” | Overall Height of Chair: 45 ¼” or 51” for counter and bar heights

Even the tallest president in U.S. history would most likely find the height of Amish Straight Lincoln Mission Bar Stool suitable.

Amish Straight Lincoln Mission Bar Stool

Contact us to speak with a furniture specialist about dimensions and customizations. With chairs handcrafted by skilled Amish woodworkers, DutchCrafters can provide your home with beautiful styles full of the function and comfort that will serve you best.

Beth Riceby Beth Rice (103 Posts)

Beth Rice started a dream job when she began as a content writer for DutchCrafters in 2015. She has an A.A. Degree from Manatee Community College, and studied Journalism at the University of South Florida for one year. Her published work includes a short story in Chicken Soup for the Soul's "My Amazing Mom" edition and one children's book, "I"m Adopted, I'm Special." Conveying the qualities, functions and benefits of DutchCrafters furniture keeps her creative as she contributes to content throughout the website. An avid reader and devoted runner, Beth hopes to publish a novel in the future. DutchCrafters Timber to Table blog was started in 2012 to provide our customers and other readers with woodworkers stories, Amish culture information, and furniture selection or interior design tips.


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