Published by Beverley Gilliam at Saturday, December 23rd 2017 11:31:22 AM 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.
Another thing to consider when choosing accent chairs for your home is choosing the right type of material for your accent chair. You need your chair to be great to look at but you also want it to be functional in its designated room as well as comfortable. If you are choosing an accent chair for a very formal room, you may want to choose an elegant straight back wooded chair where great attention to detail has been placed in the chairs carving. If you need a chair thats functional but also flexible microfiber may be a good material to choose.
Your body should be able to fit perfectly on the chair. The backrest should be at least a little higher than your shoulder so it also supports your shoulder when you lean back. Another thing to take into consideration is if the chair has features to control or change the height of the chair to fit the length of your leg from your knees to your feet. A chair with a roller is advantageous because it allows you to move around your desk when you need to move away to get something from behind you. Another advantage that you should consider in picking the right chair is being able to move your chair back or no t having to twist your body when you need to get something behind or beside you.