Published at Sunday, January 14th, 2018 - 02:08:38 AM. Chair. By Babette Dufour.
When many people visualize a traditional décor, they think of large, formal dining rooms and sitting rooms. A fully skirted, richly upholstered parsons chair does look positively regal! However, traditional parsons chairs can be adapted for more casual environments as well. These designs are timeless and elegant, rarely going out of fashion. Traits of traditional parsons style chairs include wooden legs in deep, classic finishes such as cherry, walnut, mahogany and dark oak. The legs are often in the "s-curved" Queen Anne style-- also called cabriole legs - or in the bolder Chippendale style. The chair backs are generally scrolled, crescent or camel shape, giving them a touch more formality. Traditional parsons chairs can be fully skirted, with triple or box pleats for a fancier look.
There is some "technique" required to choose the right accent chairs for living room, but it's mostly an intuitive process that involves deciding which colors and patterns will be good in a room. Although providing contrasting color is often the goal, some of the colors that can work well may not be obvious. For example, black living room furniture can make a room look gloomy if there is no contrast. Most people would think to put in light colored furniture or decorations to offset this, and this can certainly be done, but many do not know that red can also be used to make a room feel less gloomy. Red is an energetic color, and one red accent chair paired with a black leather sofa set can be enough to brighten up a room and inject energy into it.
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