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Width: 70 cm
Height: 85 cm
Depth: 70 cm
【STABLE & DURABLE】 Coming with strong construction, legs, seat and backrest of arm chairs for living room are made of durable wood, which provides you with maximum support, holding up to 113.4kg. And the right-size back and armrest are well designed to adapt to your body shape, making you feel more comfortable while maintaining a healthy posture. Get it from ManoMano UK.
Width: 60.5 cm
Height: 80 cm
Depth: 65 cm
This occasional chair has style and versatility to your room, making it the suitable piece of furniture to complement your living room or bedroom. This Sadie occasional chair is the suitable addition to your home. Buy it from Homebase.
Width: 64 cm
Height: 77 cm
Depth: 71 cm
Sophia is stunningly perched on gold-coloured legs and upholstered in a sumptuously soft duck egg velvet fabric. Its impressive standout scallop back will cocoon you in comfort. If you're looking for an accent chair that will wow, this is the one for you. Show-stopping Sophia is as plush as they come. Find a place for this eye-catching chair. Graceful, glamorous, gorgeous. your home will thank you. Buy it from Homebase.
Width: 74 cm
Height: 97 cm
Depth: 81 cm
Covered in luxurious, smooth velvet or long-lasting, warm linen, this classic armchair has a tufted back cushion and exquisite stitch finishing. Covered in smooth velvet or warm linen with a tufted back cushion, comfortable padding, and supported by tapered metal legs. Supported by fashionable, tapered metal legs with curved armrests and all-round padding, this spectacular occasional chair has an optional foot stool for extra comfort. Buy it from ManoMano UK.
Width: 74 cm
Height: 97 cm
Depth: 81 cm
Covered in luxurious, smooth velvet or sturdy, warm linen, this classic occasional chair has a tufted back cushion and exquisite stitch finishing. Covered in smooth velvet or warm linen with a tufted back cushion, comfortable padding, and supported by tapered metal legs. Supported by fashionable, tapered metal legs with curved armrests and all-round padding, this beautiful armchair has an optional foot stool for extra comfort. At ManoMano UK.
Width: 73 cm
Height: 83 cm
Depth: 79 cm
Just in case you though Pippa couldn't be any more suitable, we've upholstered this occasional chair in sumptuously soft velvet for extra comfort. Pippa is subtly fashionable; the armless body, gently reclined back and roomy seat give the Pippa Pillow armchair its sleek look and minimalist, laid back appeal. From Homebase.
Width: 69 cm
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 66 cm
IN STOCK: best prices on CLAM. Designer Curved Shell Back Accent Occasional Chair. Green / Blue, OCH8605. Get it from ManoMano UK.
Width: 74 cm
Height: 97 cm
Depth: 87 cm
Covered in a warm, long-lasting linen fabric, this practical accent chair has all the benefits of a traditional armchair on a smaller scale to suit compact homes. Supported by angled metal legs, this flexible armchair will blend in easily with your room in your living space. Covered in long-lasting, warm linen with a wingback design and comfortable padding, supported by angled metal legs. Shop now at ManoMano UK.
Width: 77 cm
Height: 88 cm
Depth: 76 cm
KEY FEATURES Various colours Available colours Include; Dark Grey, Smokey Rose, Dark Green, Dark Blue, or Tartan Grey Designed with Strong Wooden Frame Wing Back Design Foam Filled Padded Seat Studded Armchair Wooden Feet Finish Velvet or Tartan Fabric Finish Self-assembly required? The armchair can be presented as an occasional accent chair or an additional lounge chair in almost any home. Shop now at ManoMano UK.
Width: 60.5 cm
Height: 84 cm
Depth: 64 cm
The beautiful chairs would feel right in a restaurant or would sit elegantly at home in a dining room or even as an accent chair in a home study, bedroom, or dressing room. Using a minimalistic design and luxurious velvet upholstery to the seat, which comes with subtle stitching to the chair, the dining chair has a modern and charismatic style. From Choice Furniture Superstore.
Width: 85 cm
Height: 102 cm
Depth: 96 cm
The Charlbury armchair is also available in a range of different colours, fabrics and sizes and has simple assembly; just attach the feet and you’re ready to relax. Upholstered in different fabrics, the classic Charlbury armchair is designed to offer luxurious comfort with its Qualofill Blue filled seats. Get it at Dunelm.
Width: 65 cm
Height: 75 cm
Depth: 73 cm
A solid wood frame and legs make the chair long-lasting, the straight cut legs contribute a style for any setting without distracting from the chair upholstery. Great for a relaxed living room chair or in a bedroom to have a seat or just throw your clothes on. This armchair chair is a comfortable size for a bedroom chair or occasional chair. From Choice Furniture Superstore.
You can check whether an item you like is overpriced or underpriced by comparing it to the median price. The median price is £179.99 which means that exactly half of the occasional chairs costs more and half costs less. Most of the occasional chairs in this section cost between 110 British pounds and 749 British pounds. This means that 90% of the products are between the two figures. £263.50 is the average price of occasional chairs in this category.
The colour scheme in your space can be a result of necessity, but it has considerable effect on how you feel in your space. The two things to consider for everything colour is balance and associations. Balance means that the colours should be coordinated in some way, so that the space looks like a unit instead of a random collection of elements. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a colour wheel, and going for colours that are either quite close to each other (as colours that are only different in lightness or intensity do go together, but slight variations in tone or hue can also work), or quite far, for example on different halves of the wheel (complementary colours like red and green) or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Other colour combinations are likely be somewhat jarring because of how our eyes and brains understand colour. Associations with and emotions connected to colours are equally important to keep in mind. It is quite probable that these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different for different individuals. Blue is often associated with productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the colour of nature, and is considered to be connected to safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures this latter is yellow instead). White can be connected to peacefulness, innocence, cleanliness and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is regarded as the colour of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and revenge, which is a very wide range of emotions. But it is clear that in nature, it signals danger or importance, so it should be put next to a neutral colour to allow the brain to rest. These emotions point in so many different directions that these guidelines seem to boil down to just this: pause and see what the colour means for you.
The oldest piece of cabinet-maker's work known is Queen Hatasu's chair, of the eighteenth Egyptian Dynasty, sixteen hundred years before the Christian Era. It is made of ivory, ebony, and various metals, and is in the British Museum, London. There is another old chair in which one may take a more per sonal interest, and whose early history is so enveloped in legend and myth that it is impossible to tell where tradition ends and truth begins. This is the Coronation Chair of England, in which all English sovereigns since 1273 have been crowned. The wood has become very solid and hard, but still shows in various places the traces of paint. In 1298 Edward I brought from Scotland the stone upon which all the Scottish kings had been crowned for centuries, and this was inserted in the seat of the English chair. It is a piece of coarse sandstone, twentj'-six inches long, seventeen broad, and ten and one-half inches thick. It shows very plainly in the photograph, which also displays to advantage the mm Gothic character of the chair (Figure 63).
Sir James Ware, who lived from 1594 to 1666, writing about this same stone which is set in the Coronation Chair, says:
"Nor ought we to pass by unmentioned that fatal stone, antiently called liafail, brought into Ireland by the Tuath-de-Danans, and from thence in the reign of Moriertach Mac Ere sent into Argile to his brother Fergus, but which was afterwards inclosed in a wooden chair by King Keneth to serve in the coronation solemnities of the King of Scotland, and deposited in the Monastery of Scone, from whence it was at length removed to Westminster by Edward I. Wonderful things are reported of this stone, but what credibility they deserve I leave to the judgement of others. In particular fame reports, that in times of heathenism before the birth of Christ, he only was confirmed Monarch of Ireland, under whom, being placed upon it, this stone groaned or spoke, according to the Book of Hoath."
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