By Romaine Delage. Accent Chair. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 09:22:44 AM.
Historians say that the Egyptians were the first who used accent chair furniture with hieroglyphics to decorate their homes. They considered it as a luxury and a status symbol. That is still a concept that is used today with expensive and exquisitely designed chairs that grace grander homes.
Most sofas and recliners today are bulky, large and square shaped and usually don't have any space or leg room underneath. Most of us really go for lush, soft and heavily padded chairs because they give a lot of comfort and relax us. They usually come with pivoting wheels to make up for their heavy weight so we can move them around the room.
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.
If you are planning to buy such chairs, the internet is a great place to start with. Look at pictures of diverse range of chairs, and just develop a feel for what is best fit for your room. Then notice the different styles of your selection, and evaluate where you are inclined. Once you are comfortable with the style then search for that specific chairs, and you will be flabbergasted to find that the entire universe of choices are at your mouse click.
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