Resin Chiavari Chairs are becoming more and more prevalent in the special event marketplace. It is easy to know what a wood Chiavari chair or metal Chiavari chair looks like under the paint – as wood and metal are popular household items. What does a resin Chiavari chair look like under the paint?
The answer is more complicated than one might think as suppliers and their customers drive pricing of resin Chiavari chairs down.
As far as we know there is two answers to what colour the core of a resin Chiavari chair is. A resin Chiavari chair can have a white core or a similar colour core as its exterior colour (i.e. a gold Chiavari would have a matte gold core).
White is the cheapest colour as it is the closest colour to the raw resin colour. This tends to mean a cheaper overall resin Chiavari chair price. It can also mean a shorter rental life or shorter usage of the chair – because with rental companies in particular, scratches to the chair would be way more noticeable with a white core then with a similar colour core.
A resin Chiavari with a similar colour core will have a slightly higher cost over a white core chair. It will also mean a longer rental life (and longer rental life equals more revenue per chair).
Have more questions about Chiavari Chairs in general? Check out The Definitive Party Rental Guide to Chiavari Chairs.