Bree here, from Home Zone Furniture.
Now that you’ve finished spring cleaning, it’s time to reward yourself with a beautiful new addition to your home. We’ve added a variety of new accent chairs to our collection just in time for spring. From the family room to the den and everywhere in between, each room of the house can be enhanced with the perfect seating. Choosing the ideal accent piece can be a little daunting, but we’ll help you narrow it down with these five standout chairs.
To dress up your family room, choose the Harper Accent Chair. This piece is one of our most durable chairs, made from a sturdy hardwood frame that’s sure to stand the test of time — and kids. Due to the extra padding and the placement of the springs, the Harper Chair is an enviable place to relax in style. Its bold pattern and reversible seat cushions also make it a safe choice for kid-friendly environments. If the majority of your room has a neutral color palette, add in the Harper Accent Chair for a pretty pop!
For a formal living room, the Grant Accent Chair is an excellent choice. The timeless shape and finish of this chair ensures you’ll have it in your home for years to come. We love the spacious seat cushion, luxurious linen texture and beautiful hand-tufted detail. For a traditional look, place two Grant Chairs on either side of a complementary couch. For a more eclectic look, try pairing one Grant chair with another chair that has a similar proportion, style or color.
Everyone has that awkward corner in their home that’s too big to ignore and too small to actually do anything with. If possible, I’d suggest turning the space into a seating area or reading nook. These chameleon spaces can be found on second floor landings, in hallways — you name it! The Truman Accent Chair is particularly well-suited to these kinds of small spaces. The neutral material, charming tufting and small proportions allow the Truman to anchor a space without overpowering it.
Up the coziness factor of your bedroom with an accent chair! Add the Wilson Accent Chair to your bedroom and you’ll be surprised at how much you can get out of a previously unused corner. The Wilson is linear and compact, yet loaded with eye-catching silver studs. I like this chair for a bedroom setting because it’s comfy enough to spend time in during the evening, yet sharp enough for a composed daytime look.
Lastly, if you’re looking to make a statement — as accent chairs tend to do — consider the Regency Wildrose Accent Chair. With its dramatic winged back, rolled armrests and vibrant pattern, it’s hard not to notice the Regency. I’d suggest placing this chair alone, perhaps in a spacious entryway or library, to call attention to the chair’s design and surroundings.
To see more accent chairs from the Home Zone Furniture collection, click here. Regardless of the chair you pick, you’re sure to find something eye-catching that will give your family comfort for years to come!