Accent chairs are an essential component of any room plan. Indoor and outdoor living rooms alike can benefit from beautiful, versatile accent chairs. Not sure where to begin when selecting your accent chairs? We are going to break down the benefits and considerations that should be made when choosing the ideal chair for your room design.
Big Style − Small Footprint
Accent chairs offer the perfect combination of style and functionality. They are small enough to fit into even the tightest of spaces while still providing a comfortable space for a single person to sit and relax. Patterned fabrics that may be too busy for a large sofa or loveseat are just right for a small accent chair. Fun fabric selections give you the opportunity to bring in accent colors and tons of visual interest to a space.
Versatility and Portability
Accent chairs are one of the easiest ways to change up the look of a space. Choose chairs that work in multiple rooms of your home. When you do you have the freedom to move them around where you need them. When guests come over, bring in accent chairs from other rooms to provide additional seating. When you are using accent chairs outdoors. Try having a few around your outdoor living room and a few more near your pool deck of fire pit. Rearrange them whenever the mood strikes you and you will have a whole new look to your room.
Choosing the Perfect Accent Chair
Once you have seen how beneficial an indoor or outdoor accent chair can be, you will want to stock up with more than just one. Here are some considerations that you should make when making your final selection.
Indoor vs. Outdoor – Where are you going to be using your accent chair? Make sure to choose one that is appropriate for the room.
Style – What is the overall style of your room? Does the accent chair coordinate well with that style?
Color or Fabric – What look are you going for? This is your opportunity to play with color and pattern. Choose a chair that coordinates with your other furniture but don’t be afraid to be a little bit bold.
Size – How large or small is the space you are placing the chair in? If it is a tight space consider a low-profile slipper chair. If the space is larger, an oversized arm chair may be more appealing.
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