Stylish Modern Accent Chairs
Accent chairs are single seats you can use for basically anything. You can use them for practical uses like desk, porch, or vanity chairs, but they also can be used as decoration pieces themselves.
Decorate with a throw or pillow and you’ve got an inviting little space to sit on. The 10 accent chairs below are light and airy, colorful, and chic. You’re going to love these 10 modern styles for your home and how they can add flair to your decorative style.
This edgy angled looks like a woven dream made out of steel tubes and synthetic weaving.
This is a very cool take on the original peacock style. This one is a summer lover’s dream and it features woven rattan and cup holders. Think warm and breezy summers with this one.
This chair by Damaris and Marc was inspired by the female pelvic bone. It’s made out of plastics and wood.
Roxy Arm Chair
Behold the “Roxy”. It’s made out of molded plywood with your choice of Walnut, Oak, Cherry, or Teak veneer. The foam cushion comes in several Aztec-esque designs and materials.
Arper Leaf Base Sled Lounge
This indoor and outdoor model that was inspired by nature. Have a seat on your porch or cover with faux fur for use indoors.
Kartell Louis Ghost
This isn’t your grandma’s Louis. This chair is a fresh take on a traditional style. It’s made of plastic and comes in several translucent colors for indoor or outdoor use.
Magis Family_One Side
This geometric aluminum swivel model with a concrete base was created by German designer, Konstantin Grcic. It also comes in white, red, and anthracite and can go indoors or outdoors.
AirNova Celia Caribe Side
This fun and vibrant chair with plastic weaving comes in many colors. Show it off inside or out and call it abstract art.
The Vortex Stacking
Made of durable plywood, the Vortex Stacking seat is simple, but not average. It can function in a number of environments including home and office.
This beautiful upholstered rattan design will brighten up any room with its exotic and cheery good looks.
Tell us, which one is your favorite?