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Accent Chairs For Anywhere

What is an accent chair?

Thinking about Zenvida Accent Chairs

Have you ever wondered, what exactly is the purpose of an accent chair? These seating pieces are both functional AND complementary to the other decor in your home. Whether it is an armless slipper chair or a chair with arms, accent chairs are a great solution if you need extra seating in a room or a way to tie your home's look together.

Where do I put an accent chair?

While commonly placed in the living room singly or in pairs, accent chairs can be placed anywhere in the home. Solid color accent chairs are a perfect option, as they are simple to accessorize with either a pillow or throw blanket.

A modern side chair

Zenvida Mid Century Modern Accent Chair
A chair like Zenvida's Mid Century Modern Accent Armchair is comfortable for watching a movie or reading the latest bestseller. It will draw attention or blend in, it's up to you! This armchair is a quick and affordable way to bring retro style to your home.

Check out this video on the many key features of our accent chair:

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