By Elaine Monette. Accent Chair. Published at Monday, August 20th, 2018 - 19:27:31 PM.
Styles of accent chairs widely vary. Look to your existing living room furnishings to acquire complementary chairs. Chairs with simple, straight lines, sharp corners and shiny metal accents enhance a more modern decorating style. Conversely, chairs with graceful, curved lines, rounded corners and wood trim tend to complement traditional decor.
Swivel chairs can be used in more ways than just a workspace. Make this accent chair work triple-duty for when you need extra seating at the dining table and in the living room — it's a great space-saving technique particularly for a loft space. Pick a versatile colour so it will seamlessly match any setting.
The best thing about accent chairs is that they are so easy to stand alone, especially with stripes or patterns gone mad. Don't worry about mismatching — just place it in the spotlight as the signature piece and flaunt your style. For a large room, place a wide lounge chair in a bare corner that needs attention. The wingback chair: a dapper, celebrity-like piece of furniture with its signature high-back and contoured wings.
The good thing is that there is no hard and fast rule about how furniture accents should be chosen and placed so its good to know that these stylish single chairs, with or without arms, can be used just about most areas of the home. Make up a cosy nook in a corner of the room, Use as a single chair that serves as a great companion for the sofa, Set it up as a private seating area with a small coffee table and reading lamp, Looks nice when set in place as “duo seating” (with a little round top table) at the foot of your bed.
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