STYLE YOUR ACCENT CHAIR: FARMHOUSE, INDUSTRIAL, COSTAL, BOHO
A classic, neutral accent chair is a thing of beauty. It is totally on board for any design direction you choose, and you can easily change the look with a simple swap-out of pillows, throws, rugs, and decor.
And when you style your chair with a curated collection across all the styles you love, you create a signature look that is distinctly Y.O.U.
One Chair 4 Ways
So, if you’re starting your spring refresh, here’s a little inspiration. See how we took this one timeless mid-century chair and styled it across four completely different styles.
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Farmhouse is all about fresh and clean, which is a perfect partner in crime for mid-century style. Similar wood tones speak to both styles to create continuity. Tip: When marrying two different styles, it’s a bonus -- but not necessary -- if you can find a piece that has traits of both looks, like the nesting tables with black iron hairpin legs.
Mid-century and industrial are actually BFFs. Both looks are minimal and down-to-earth. And the juxtaposition of raw materials against the sleek lines gives it depth and interest. Carrying common colors and wood tones throughout the pieces create cohesion.
The mid-century less-is-more vibe can carry a breezy coastal look, thanks to their shared emphasis on fuss-free function. Light and airy colors, fabrics, and textures bring the beach inside, and clean lines keep it modern. See that cute seagrass bench? It can easily double as a coffee table in small spaces.
One of the many things to love about bohemian style is its laid-back mix of artistic and global finds that come together for one awesomely eclectic collection. Similar sleek leg styles and relatively simple lines are the ties that bind the looks, while the colorful mix of patterns and textural materials are decidedly boho.