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  • You are here: Home-> News->Picking the Right Color is the other Tips while you choose a Ancient Sofa

    If you would like to bring a new life to a room, an accent chair would be a good choice
    Whether you’re looking for a show-stopping piece or just somewhere warm and inviting for guests to sit, you can find a multitude of versatility in the everyday armchair. Nevertheless, to get the perfect chair match your requirement , the outlook, its purpose and location are also important

    Go for complementary colors. One of the easiest ways to decide on a color for an accent chair is to base it off other colors already in the room. To do this, try using complementary colors on the color wheel. For example, if you have a lot of blue in the room via lamps, rugs, or paintings, then try a burnt orange-colored accent chair. Or, if you have a large chartreuse or earthy green sofa, try a deep violet for your chair.

     Choose a statement color or pattern. Accent chairs are meant to bring a new design element to a room. They are also easy ways to make an eye-popping statement while still remaining practical. Go for a color you love, but wouldn't use normally. For example, bold jewel-tones like jade, ruby, and sapphire always stand out with neutral tones like black, gray, or navy.

        You can also pick large patterns like floral prints, geometric shapes, chevron stripes, or animal prints to bring the chair to the forefront.

    Work with the room’s decor. For a put-together look, try matching the accent chair to other items in the room, either through their colors or patterns. This can be anything from pillows, lamps, and pictures to knick-knacks. For example, if you have black and white striped accent pillows on your sofa, try getting a chair that mimics the pattern with black and white lines. The chair will still stand out against your other furniture, however, it will help keep symmetry in the room by matching smaller pieces.

    Or if you have a favorite art piece, pull one or two colors from there and find an accent chair in the same shades.