The color orange is infused with energy. I love to use it in every room of the house. It can read so many ways: happy, chic, elegant, warm, exciting. Whether you paint your walls orange or add only a few orange accents, I know you will love having this bright color in your home for many years to come. This is the chair in my living room. I‘ve had a pair of them for four years, and they have held up great. They‘re very well priced too.
Liven things up with a bold chair. There‘s no denying the livability of a large, neutral sofa that sweeps around a corner, offering masses of comfy seating for family and friends. But if it‘s all looking a tad staid and, dare I say, boring, try out a statement chair in a vivid color. Before committing to a new purchase, consider temporarily moving in a chair from another room that contrasts wildly with your sofa to see how it looks. Or drape an existing chair with a piece of fabric in the hue you’re considering. Add a few coordinating accessories to make the piece look at home. If you aren’t warming to the look after a few weeks, you can try another hue.
I know, I know. But yes, this is in fact a desk chair. A bunch of studies have shown that ball chairs are great for posture and all-around comfort. And this one is much more stylish than a plain exercise ball. If you want the lines of an Eames chair without the price tag, this is a great option. It‘s ergonomically correct, and the leather padding is lovely.
Adding pattern to a room can often feel like a risk, especially when it comes to your upholstery. If you love the look of a strong pattern but have commitment issues, a pretty accent chair (or two) in a fun print might be perfect to pair with your neutral sofa. I love the combination of fabrics on this accent chair. I see a pair floating out in the middle of the room or anchoring a dining table.
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