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Nicholas Haslam: Dining Chairs with Prominent Design

Nicholas Haslam Ltd was established in 1980 by Nicky Haslam. The company Nicholas Haslam Ltd was owned and operated with partner Paolo Moschino. Paolo bought the firm in 1995 when Nicky Haslam left to launch NH Design, and Paolo has since grown the company into one of the most prominent and respected names in the design world. Come and find out some of the designer’s best dining chairs!

See also: Scott and Cooner: European Influences in Modern Chairs


Nicholas Haslam: Dining Chairs with Prominent Design
Genoa Dining Chair with fixed upholstery

The Genoa is a classic dining chair, designed to showcase any fabric. Fully upholstered seat and back, with simple elegant ebonized hardwood legs.


Regency Klismos II Side Chair

The Klismos II is based on English Regency parcel-gilt side chair.

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Yves Side Chair (Limited Stock)

The Yves Side chair is a classic design, finished in an aged rustic gold leaf, and an upholstered seat and back.


Urban Chair in Black

Versatile chair with wooden frame and leather seat and back.

Woodside Dining Chair

Hardwood frame and legs fully wrapped with finely woven natural abaca rope. With loose seat cushion upholstered in an off -white linen.

Delancey Leather Side Chair

Cocoa finish wooden side chair with upholstered leather slip seat and half back, both with nail head trim.


See also: Christian Liaigre: Modern Chairs for an Iconic Design

What do you think of this chair collection by Nicholas Haslam? Let us know, we are curious! For more modern interior design inspiration and decorating ideas, don’t forget to visit our Pinterest and our Instagram account!

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