Beautiful designs have always been inspiring interior designers to create unique places where these fabulous pieces of furniture can be added. Today, I am going to focus on some outstanding examples of designer chairs, armchairs and stools that will grab your heart for sure.
Designer chairs for living room
Living room is the place where you can have them all! You can place an amazing designer armchair and thus form a lounge zone. Put a small round table near it and you have your new favorite reading corner.
On the other hand, stools are great if you want to make additional space around your coffee table. Well, when not used as functional furniture, they can be left only as decorative accents in the interior.
A great idea is to make visual contrasts using designer chairs. For example, if you have a living room painted in pale nuances and, let’s say it has contemporary design, you can buy a colorful designer armchair and place it as a colorful accent in the room. This way you will create a colorful opposition which attracts. Actually, this is how focal points are being made.
The other option is to make a professional match of designer wallpapers and chairs, but this is a little tricky. You will definitely need a professional interior designer.
Designer chairs for dining room
Having in mind the functional application of designer furniture, dining rooms are not the best area in house to have them. However, if you want to make decorative accents go ahead and use as many colorful combinations as you want. Just have in mind to stay simple. For example, a single designer stool or armchair and some surrounding arrangements are just enough. It’s a big mistake to place 3 armchairs that has the same design or even worse all of them different. Just focus on making colorful contrasts that will make your designer furniture stand out from the rest of the pieces.
I have seen some really great chairs that can be used for the dining table, though. Usually, this kind of chairs have high backrests and no armrests at all! Its really hard to match your designer chairs and your dining table. A good point to start is to match the colors first having in mind that they should have a slight nuance difference. Then, think about the design. There are two options here either to use the same style (modern with modern, i.e.) or make opposite pairs (modern with classic, i.e.)
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