By Romaine Delage. Accent Chair. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 08:06:31 AM.
They compliment well with both contemporary and traditional room designs. This can be experimented by placing them in areas with strong focal points. Place one or two chairs next to a fireplace where one can enjoy a hot cup of coffee on a cold evening or next to the window to enjoy a warm summer day. They give a comfortable seating for reading a book or for a private conversation. Thus accent furniture chairs can accommodate multiple functions and also make the room appealing.
The Avington Slipper Chair-whimsical is also worth seeing. The color and pattern of this living room furniture make it stand out in a room. The chair is designed with tapered legs and is upholstered with blue, orange, green, white and red asymmetrical pattern. The filling of the upholstery is Dacron foam and the frame work is made from hardwood with a stained dark finish.
Although, the three cushion sofa or couch is an important piece of furniture to have in a sitting room, but the seating plan and arrangement of your sitting room would be incomplete without having an accent chair in it. Depending on the space available, more than one of these chairs can also be placed in a room. They complement and enhance the effect of other larger sofas and couches, rather than imposing its own presence. If you buy one, you will feel that it is so comfortable, you might just be able to persuade your aunt to stay over a little longer.
Contemporary chairs can be wild or mild. Mostly made of wood, plastic or metal, the designs can resemble something very stark and primitive, or something glitzy and high tech that looks like it just landed from outer space. Seats can be plump with lots of cushioning or flat with no padding at all. Legs can be curved shiny rods of chrome or straight, sculpted wood in a Parson's mode.
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