Chair Rental Trends - It's All Natural

Chair Rental Trends - It's All Natural
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By Larah Winn
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Chair Rental Trends - It's All Natural

Naturally here at EventStable we specialize in all types of wholesale event equipment. Beyond that, it is also our job to stay on top of what’s trending in the rental market so we can provide your business with the most popular tables and chairs. 

For now, let’s talk about a trend we see happening with chair rentals in 2020. We’re going all natural! Well kind of.

What we see happening in events such weddings and even small gatherings is the incorporation of natural elements and colors such as natural wood tones, rattan and neutral palettes. 

So what chairs are hitting the mark for this natural trend? Here are a few new EventStable chairs you can consider adding to your inventory to meet the demand.

Stackable King Louis Chair in Natural Rattan

If your customers want natural and romantic, look no further than this chair. 

Inspired by French design, the round back King Louis chairs will add a whole lot of special to your next event.

Use as distinctive seating for the bride and groom or head table, or make it an extra special affair by offering this posh seating to all guests just like this wedding featured on the Ruffled Blog:

Mid Century Armchair

These mid century armchairs are making their way into homes as well as events for their modern yet rustic and natural look.

Pair it with farm tables and you have the perfect natural, rustic setting seen here in Martha Stewart Weddings:

Natural Wood Folding Chair

Natural and versatile, this folding chair can be used from ceremonies, to receptions to backyard gatherings.

Not only will Natural Wood Folding Chairs add warmth to any event, they are also durable and made to withstand outdoor use.

You can read more about our natural wood folding chair in our recent product spotlight here.

Author: Larah Winn

Larah is the creative and marketing specialist here at EventStable. She lives in the old axe factory town of Collinsville, Connecticut with her husband and dog Baya. In her free time you can find her helping her husband restore their 1860's cottage.

March 13, 2020