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Armchairs and Accent Chairs for the Hallway Design

Armchairs and Accent Chairs will be today’s topic, especially for the hallway design. While both can be useful in a well-designed living space, there is a distinction between an armchair and an accent chair. While an accent chair can be an armchair and vice versa, they are not the same thing. An armchair always has arms, but an accent chair may or may not have. Either way, both add a strong touch of comfort and elegance to any modern interior. Let’s look at some examples.

Armchairs and Accent Chairs

modern neutral hallway design with grey armchairs

Hallways are charming connecting spaces that may be used to bring more class and elegance to the home decor. Hallways must carry on the design aesthetic established for the rest of the house by serving as an extension of an entryway or a link between divisions. The entirely grey velvet DUKONO armchair is an example of a beautiful and comfy seating solution that adds charisma to this space.

structured armchair in brown velvet

See also: Bring Passion to Your Home with These Red Chairs

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beautiful hallway design with pink armchair

Hallways may have a different aesthetic from the most known corridors. Hallways can have a secretive space that is filled with the most exquisite elements – it is the case of this modern hallway design in white and black tones. The centre of the room is for sure the unique design of the HERA Armchair. This fully upholstered channel-tufted chair uplifts completely the whole set, being one ideal example of exquisite armchairs and accent chairs to the hallway design.

channel-tufted velvet armchair

modern brown hallway design

A hallway should never be neglected. It’s the first thing we notice when we walk into or around our house. It sets the tone for the rest of our home in some respects, so designing it makes it much more welcome. It has a great effect not only on us but also on our visitors. This hallway is notable for its opulent splendour. This gloomy hallway design features a faux-marble BRYCE Console in the centre of two BEGONIA black velvet upholstered armchairs.

round back armchair

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modern hallway design with nude tones

Hallways are one of the most important spaces in our homes, but they are also one of the most overlooked in terms of design. These are pathways for all of our guests, as well as for us. As a result, we must transform these blank slates into masterpieces that are tailored to our personalities and the essence of our home. The clean lines of the COMO Armchair fill the room with a comfortable yet modern element – the perfect example of modern armchairs and accent chairs.

velvet armchair

grey and green hallway design

This hallway shows how to right coordination of elements can create such a bright space, full of life. In green and grey tones, the balance that the two GAIA Dining Chairs give to the room is spectacular. These two fully upholstered in twill dining chairs give such a welcoming vibe and comfort to this modern hallway design.

twill dining chair

See also: The Benefits of White Chairs in Every Home Division

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