By Pasclina Comte. Occasional Chairs. Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 08:57:13 AM.
Once you have some idea of the room and space where you want to place an occasional chair, you have to decide on a colour and whether to go with a solid colour or pattern. This get's determine by the overall design of the room and the colour palette you are already using.
Stand in the area where you want to place your new chair to decide if it's well-lit or a little darker. Remember the colour of the chair will change based on the lighting. You may want to take a piece of material that you intend choosing for your chair and placing it in the space to give you some sign on what to expect.
You'll also find occasional chairs come in a variety of different carved and elegant designs. With their solid feel, when you sit in one, you know that your back is well supported, and you can rely on its sturdiness even for a larger person. The frames, as a rule, have a smooth finish that complements other pieces in the room they are used in. For example, if you have a gorgeous den finished with mahogany wood, you might just as well choose to have mahogany occasional chair. A fleece throw blanket or even a mink blanket laid over the arm adds a tone of casual comfort, too.
A well designed seating arrangement in a room not only provides comfortable places to sit, but it also encourages conversation, directs the flow of foot traffic and focuses attention on the key focal points of the room.
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