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The final thing you want to think about when choosing the perfect accent chairs for your home is placement. Where will you be placing your new chair? You want to make sure your chair makes the room feel charming and inviting. Take a good look at your room and place your accent chair in an area where it's not overcrowding the room but adding to the overall decor.
If you want a simple and sophisticated look for your home, try a leather accent. A wooden upholstered accent will certainly give your home style like no other.
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.
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.
In addition to the style of chair you choose and the type of material it's 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's 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'd like to make your accent chair the focus of the room, choose a strong, bold color like red or black. If you'd like to add a bit of spring to the room choose a pastel color like light blue or pale pink.
Now think about your style. Are you more of a casual person, or do you prefer a more formal design? Do you like things that are contemporary, or more traditional? What about size? Accent chairs come in all sizes and shapes, and if your current furniture collection is thin and delicate, a substantial piece of thick, dark wood and leather with nickel studs is going to look just a tad bit out of place.