This chair is very comfortable and looks great in my place. I have it I
Currently in my living too, but might eventually move it to my bedroom (chair is family small so it could look good in aThis chair is very comfortable and looks great in my place. I have it I
Currently in my living too, but might eventually move it to my bedroom (chair is family small so it could look good in a corner)"..."Read more
- Kimberly in Danville, WA
Accent chairs are an absolutely essential part of any living room. Whether you're looking for a comfortable armchair to sink into after a long day on your feet or perhaps some concealable stacking chairs to bring out for guests, choosing the right accent chair is crucial when thinking about living room seating. At Wayfair, you're certain to find a variety of accent chairs that meet your seating needs. Whether you're looking for an uber modern Louis Ghost Chair, a super comfy upholstered arm chair or perhaps some stylish wing chairs or side chairs, we're bound to have an accent chair or two that meet your requirements.
At Wayfair.com, we try to make sure you always have a zillion options for your home.
That's why we have so many Accent Chairs for sale on our site, including Accent Chairs
from brands like Skyline Furniture and Herman Miller ®.
We want to make sure when you buy a Accent Chairs online from Wayfair.com,
you're getting the one that's exactly right for you,
whether that's the Fabric Slipper Chair, the Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, or something entirely different and unique to your home.
Casual pieces are simple in
design and usually in a lighter
wood. Very Little details,
except possibly some country
Mision/Shaker pieces are mostly
constructed of wood and feature
vertical slats, either on the
arms or back. Very simple in
Modern pieces are often marked
by clean lines, smooth accents
(glass, stainless steel), and
new concepts such as space age,
curved metal, and an updated
Traditional pieces typically
feature curved lines, decorative
details, carved details, and are
often made from darker woods.
Transitional pieces combine
modern and traditional elements.
They often feature straight
lines and sharp angles, but the
overall design does not stray
too far away frmo traditional
Cottage style pieces often
feature exposed wood in white
finish, or are slipcovered.
Rustic/Lodge pieces have a
rugged look and may have natural