Decorate with Accent Chairs

Furnishing your room with accent chairs is a simple way to add charm and style to your space. They can be used to accentuate a sofa in a living room, an alternative to traditional sofas/loveseats or can add pops of colors to an empty bedroom corner. Figure out which style compliments your room, the type of material, placement of the chair and color. Find a bold style, bright color, classic or modern design to add more character to your room.

Mallory Chair from Dwell Studio:

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Louise Chair from Serena & Lily

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Knoll Salsa Lounge Chair sold at AllModern

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Dylan Midcentury Modern Wingback Chair from Kathy Kuo Home

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What’s New Pussycat Chair by Caracole, sold at Candelabra

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Chloe Chair by Crate & Barrel

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5 responses to “Decorate with Accent Chairs”

  1. Julie says :

    My issue is that I don’t have access to stores with lots of different chairs where I live. I would gladly make an online purchase, but I want the chair to feel good sitting in it, too. What if I get it and I don’t like the way it feels? If you get it covered with the fabric you like I’m pretty sure you can’t return it. It’s not like Zappos.

    • domaindesignllc says :

      Hi Julie! You definitely take risks when buying online, however there are some steps you can take to mitigate those risks. Such as, order fabric swatches and do some online research for customer reviews. If that is not an option, make sure to ask about the company’s return policy. Sometimes ordering from mainstream stores are much easier and less risky than ordering from online discount stores or small businesses….which is unfortunate but at least you know what you’re getting and can read reviews and hopefully get the swatches. I hope that helps!

      • designer furniture says :

        What’s the connection between swatches and furniture though?

      • domaindesignllc says :

        While you won’t be able to sit in it and feel the chair, you can at least feel the material and quality of the fabric in hopes that will help making a decision. If the fabric swatch is cheap material or feels rough, one can assume it won’t be comfortable to sit in… Try utilizing all your resources and options before making a decision.

  2. Muriel Falkiewicz says :

    You completed a number of fine points there. I did a search on the theme and found a good number of folks will have the same opinion with your blog.

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