Published by Claudette Gordon at Friday, December 22nd 2017 12:06:40 PM under Chair
First of all, when choosing accent chairs for your home be sure to factor in which style chair is appropriate for your room decor. Accent chairs are available in all shapes, sizes and varieties so you have a wide selection to choose from to fit your personal needs. It is important to really survey your room and decide which type chair would best fit in the type ambiance your trying to create. If you are looking for a stylish chair that adds loads of comfort you may want to go with an oversized lazy boy type chair. If classic style is more of what you are looking for you may choose a wooden straight back chair with padded seating and loads of detail in the wood carving. If you are thinking more along the lines of fancy elegance you may decide to go with a chaise lounge done in a beautiful fabric.
In addition to the style of chair you choose and the type of material it is made of you also want to take in consideration the color of the accent chair. No matter how great the type of chair you choose, if it is the wrong color it can totally throw off the decor of the room. If you want to add warmth to a room choose neutral colors like brown, beige, yellow, and gold. If you would like to make your accent chair the focus of the room, choose a strong, bold color like red or black. If you would like to add a bit of spring to the room choose a pastel color like light blue or pale pink.
There are tons of chairs in the market, but there is no definite chair that suits everybody. It all depends on your size and how long you will be sitting on the it. Meshed, plastic, metal, wooden, foamed, fabric, or leather - all of these will give you different levels of comfort. Leather chairs, for example, are some of the most popular because they cushion your back and bottom evenly. They are also easy to maintain because they are waterproof. If you accidentally spill your coffee on a lether it, you can just wipe it and sit on it again without having to wait for it to dry up. The same thing goes with fabric upholstered chairs.