Accent furniture is all about paying attention to detail. What is it that your room needs? How does it reflect the personality of you? The finishing touch that completes the décor of the room (and your heart!) is what the accent furniture piece imparts. Predominantly accent furniture differs from the occasional furniture that is utilitarian in nature.
Accent furniture is most often a highly valued, ornate piece that is employed to add excitement, effect and to emphasize upon a theme of one’s reverie into the décor of the room. Such furniture is placed in the hallway, living room or dining room and sometimes bath suites where the piece adds character to take the décor to the next level.
Accentuate your living space with assorted pieces of furniture. From the type of hard-wood floors to shape, colour and wood of the doors and design of the wall scones, there is an array of features that can be added, removed or replaced to create the perfect space of your vision. Flea markets can also be a treasure trove for affordable vintage furniture.
You can even bring out your DIY skills for furniture restoration by repainting old furniture with bold and vibrant colours to add a miraculous radiance. Custom built furniture is less expensive and it also caters efficiently to your taste and need. For a luxurious feel, you can opt for a classic Italian or French furniture made of fine wood or even a bold standalone accessory.
Some of the commonly used Accent furniture include:
Elegant Accent Cabinet for dining area or hallway that will not only provide more storage space but will improve the decor, especially when it’s crafted from reclaimed wood.
In the living room, living room accent chairs make the décor look striking. Some accent chairs come upholstered in leather, fine fabric, or simply crafted out of steel or iron. Two accent chairs with a stylish end table makes a beautiful seating ensemble while enhancing the living room’s beauty
For the hallway, a console table or a French country style bench and a mirror with a bold frame hung above, leads the way to elegance.
An important part of a room often left out is the ceiling. Designer ceilings are not just for fancy restaurants and ballrooms. Wooden boards for ceiling can instantly make your urban home feel like a holiday log-wood cabin. So, go ahead and create your own designer canvas by adding patterns, lights and features of your taste.
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