Update Your Living Room With An Accent Chair
Monday, 1 July 2019 | Admin
Time to update your living room look? Forget the traditional three-piece suite and opt for a simple but vibrant accent chair.
That’s according to The Home Company, Skipton’s long-established furniture and furnishings store, which has seen great interest in its one-off seating options.
Said Linda Lee, store manager: “In recent months we’ve seen a real trend for accent chairs. Not only are they a simple way to update a room, but ideal for those on a limited budget.
“There are so many different designs and patterns on offer – from traditional, quirky and even vintage – there’s a piece to suit everyone! They’re perfect for complementing an existing décor scheme and a great way to add a personal touch to a living room.
“Mix and match a patterned chair with artwork, cushions and curtains to give your room a new lease of life. Or opt for a plain but stylish design that can work in various areas and provide a flexible solution.”
If you’re on the hunt for a more traditional piece, Linda suggests the Dales Loire wing chair. High backed and featuring an old-style design, it can stand alone or be used in conjunction with the Loire sofa range.
Or for those who like it a little bit different, the Cazar chair in grey or brandy plain fabric colours, boasts unusual curves with a leather look finish and black metal base to provide a focal point in any room.
The Chloe chair is available with covers in a mix of four vibrant patterns and interesting prints plus five plain velvet fabrics and is perfect for adding a splash of colour to a tired area.
For those wanting to create a create a cosy corner retreat, explore the Home Company’s Stressless offering. Not only are the pieces super supportive, the makers claim it’s one of the world’s most comfortable furniture ranges.
The Home Company has thrived for over 30 years thanks to a belief in bringing together contemporary furniture and accessories and displaying them in an inspirational way so customers can pick up ideas for their own homes.