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Imelda Roy Accent Chair July 07th, 2018 - 13:17:32
The first accent chair in our review is the Glen -Stone. The Avenue six Glen collection arm less chair has a modern look which is designed to give maximum comfort and functionality. This chair is covered with an easy maintenance microfiber fabric. Its outer frame is made up of beautiful hard wood while the inner frame is made up Kiln dried hardwood. This living room furniture is ready to assemble when shipped.
Everybody loves to redecorate rooms every now and then. Isn't it amazing how sometimes just a few added touches can transform a room and give it a totally different look? It's fun to add different touches to a room to bring that added touch of style and pizazz but who has the money these days to totally redecorate a room? There are all kinds of things to buy such as flooring, furniture, window fixtures, and the list goes on and on.
But it is advisable to check out the chairs in person if you plan to purchase. Best option is to get the print out of a color picture of the accent chairs you want and evaluate it in various locations in your living space. Once you are over with your homework, you will almost be contented with the end results.
Accent chairs are fabulous additions to your home. They provide seating, color, and a change of pace from your daily décor. And they're easy to move around! Choose several complementary accent chairs for various rooms, and then mix and match them to create a new mood whenever you want.
Next on our list is the Powell Furniture Kilarney accent chair. This living room furniture is designed for elegance and comfort. Its features are stylish scrolled arms and curved back. It also has upholstered arm caps that are very fashionable. The cover is a stately woven material and the frame is finished in a lightly distressed fruitwood.
Historians say that the Egyptians were the first who used accent chair furniture with hieroglyphics to decorate their homes. They considered it as a luxury and a status symbol. That is still a concept that is used today with expensive and exquisitely designed chairs that grace grander homes. The Greeks and Romans eventually caught up with the trend of using chairs as a piece of furniture to relax in and the fad spread throughout other ancient civilizations around the globe like Asia and Western Europe. As accent chair furniture spread across different cultures, the designs evolved and took a variety of shapes, motifs and sizes.