New Accent Chair Collection Arrives
New Accent Chair Collection Arrives June 2016
Adding an accent chair to your room provides not just seating, but a personal way to express you decor style with a new silhouette, added color and function to your room-scape. Here are a couple of additions to the Seaboard Bedding and Furniture Accent chair line to aid in expanding your design palette. Try one of the Clarinda slipper chairs or the Klorey barrel style accent chairs.
A bout the Slipper Chair. The design is of an armless upholstered chair with a petite silhouette. The seat is closer to the ground than most chairs. The slipper chair design is a great option when space in scarce in your home.
Perfect placement for the slipper chair is next to a coffee table that needs extra seating. This is a great placement in a small apartment. You can also brighten and pretty up a sitting area near a window or that space that is just not quite large enough for a sofa, love seat or day bed.
The slipper chair is a great choice for anyone who’s petite. A low seat height can make this accent chair somewhat awkward affair for tall people.
Fun Furniture Fact: The Slipper Accent Chair dates back to the 18th-century and Victorian-era, when the ladies of the day sought an easy chair to get in and out of when slipping on shoes. From this origin this accent chair was adorned in name the Slipper Chair.
About the Barrel Chair. As a stand-alone piece or used to accent a full living room ensemble, the barrel chair will bring comfort, style and a splash of accent color to your home. With its curved back design and sleek track arms the barrel accent chair creates a unique barrel shape for a contemporary look and appeal. This chair normally has solid wood post legs, comfortable padded cushioning and a sometimes a matching ottoman.
The barrel chair is distinguished by a smaller frame constructed to resemble old-fashioned nail barrel. One side of the round construction is cut out to allow seating. This chair forms a comfortable nook that is surrounded with a higher back and arms.
Over the years the barrel chair has grown from just ideal seating for a casual wood dining set to a go to design in accent and club chairs. These chairs became popular in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Today the barrel chair has been reinvented as either a retro / contemporary accent chair when covered in bold colors or printed fabrics. This traditional accent chair is still a favorite for people who wish to go with a more natural feel in their interior design choices.