By Aceline Beaulieu. Accent Chair. Published at Tuesday, October 02nd, 2018 - 08:26:40 AM.
When you decorate your home's interior with accent chairs, you are either adding style to a disregarded space of a room or infusing some charm into some furnished areas that will otherwise look bland. Perhaps what needs pepping up is an empty section along a hallway's wall, a reading corner in the family room, around the 3-seater leather sofa in the living room, or in the bedroom, right by the nightstand. Wherever you place an accent chair or two, you can be assured that it will always accentuate and spotlight the room in an aesthetically pleasing way.
Wing-back chairs are an enduring favorite for living rooms. They are designed with high backs, arm rests and winged sides, providing a formal touch. The generous size of a wingback makes it an ideal counterpart to a large sofa, since it can give the room a sense of balance in scale. It’s most commonly placed next to a fireplace. Protecting the inhabitant from drafts and the heat from a roaring fire was the original purpose of the chair’s side wings, and some things, like Canadian winters, never change.
Accent chairs provide more than additional seating when used to decorate a room. Individually they can add style, colour and texture to a room; collectively they can provide a functional, decorative furniture arrangement. Accent chairs do two things. They provide additional seating for your bedroom or living room and, most importantly, complement your room’s color and design scheme. These accent chairs are guaranteed to inspire or, at the very least, brighten your day.
A chair’s upholstery can add textural colour to a living room. Buttery leather upholsteries in rich brown or brick red add a warm elegance to a living room. White or shiny black leather sets a lively, modern tone. Fabric chairs upholstered in cozy chenille, corduroy or velvet add inviting texture to a space. Microfiber is an ideal upholstery choice for homes with kids and pets; it’s durable and easy to clean. Choosing a neutral upholstery — such as beige, brown, gray or off-white — allows you to punch up the colour with toss pillows and furniture throws. An upholstery fabric in a stripe, paisley, geometric print or other pattern can help to “turn up the decorating heat” in a living room.
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