There is nothing like a favourite accent chair to tie a living space together and today we want to share some of ours! Besides creating a wholesome seating area, arm or accent chairs are a great way to infuse more style elements and personality into a space. Read on for our top 5 picks.
The Modern Curve
When we need something stylish but simple we often select this rounded- back gem. The soft lines on both the back and base are a nod to the curved furniture trend. We love that it remains timeless because of a matte finish and simple upholstery. This style would look great in an industrial loft setting!
The Caramel Leather Chair
This chair is a winner for so many reasons! Choosing leather means that it will wear beautifully over time and is a sure-fire investment piece. The matte black base makes it a little more edgy which brings this timeless look into the future. Can you imagine curling up beside a fire with a good book and a cup of tea? We can!
The Glam Chair | Gold Accents
This Art Deco inspired piece is an amazing addition for someone who likes a little glam in their life. Brushed gold and cream cushions are a breath of fresh air that really lighten up a space, and the soft edges balance out the hardware perfectly. We’ve often paired this chair with pale pink accents to add even more warmth.
The Timeless Mid Century Staple
We all know someone who loves mid century modern and this chair is for them. The dark wood and conservative fabrics could be boring but the shape of the seat and overstuffed piping adds a little funk. Individually or in a pair, this piece is a great addition to any office or seating area.
The New Sling Back Chair
A contemporary take on a perennial fabric, this sling back style emphasizes comfort while maintaining a modern feel. The leather hue gives it an earthy element that we love and the brushed brass frame is a little more chic keeping it au courant. To really kick things up a notch, we would style this beside a dark green velvet couch.
These are just a small selection of all the amazing styles we have in-house. We’d love to see your favourite accent chairs, and how you use them in your own projects.