By Camille Alard. Occasional Chair. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 14:26:08 PM.
Side Tables: Small tables such as side tables and small circular tables are either occasional tables or accent pieces. The difference lies in their functionality. Tables used only for display are accent pieces while those that have a more practical use, such as side tables or end tables for chairs or sofas, are used on occasion for drinks or snacks.
Stand in the area where you want to place your new chair to decide if it's well-lit or a little darker. Remember the colour of the chair will change based on the lighting. You may want to take a piece of material that you intend choosing for your chair and placing it in the space to give you some sign on what to expect.
It is worth remembering that because you have chosen occasional chairs, you can easily experiment with different room layouts until you find one that you like and which is practical. If you tire of the layout it is easy to change. In fact occasional chairs are one of the most flexible components of room design. If you purchase high quality chairs they will last many years but you can easily and economically re-upholster them in new fabric if your tastes change over time.
Decide where the chairs should be located. If the chairs will be used for reading, place them near a window or appropriate lighting. If you will use the chairs as overflow seating in a room with a sofa, place them near to the sofa. In a very large room consider several groups around their own focal points. In a small room you may only have room for one chair. Even a small bedroom will benefit from a stylish occasional chair placed in a corner.
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