By Romaine Delage. Accent Chair. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 08:26:06 AM.
Years ago, the mention of accent chairs brought about thoughts of only living room furniture. Everyone had a sofa. A small number of people also had a matching loveseat. And usually there was one old, faded, lumpy, upholstered accent chair close to the TV. That accent arm chair, more often than not with makeshift covers on the arms to hide the worn spots, was dad's or grandpa's favorite place to sit down and watch a ball game.
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.
Accent chairs come in styles and materials to suit every taste, every room and every wallet. A basic bargain-basement model of a contemporary chair is mass produced from mostly plastic, and will not break the bank. But a custom job, made from exotic wood from the Amazon and a tooled leather seat and back crafted by an internationally acclaimed artist, could set you back quite a few thousand dollars.
Since these chairs can fit in with all types of room arrangements, you can experiment it by keeping them in strong focal point areas of your rooms. For decorating your home in style, you can place accents chair near the window and enjoy sunny summer days or near the fireplace to enjoy a delightful hot cup of coffee in chilly evenings. You can arrange them in any room as it easily complements well with the new room set up as well as with the existing furniture. They provide a comfortable seating for a private conversation or for book reading or just for relaxing.
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