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When you are choosing an armchair or chair, something that you know you will be spending quite some time sitting on, a few things are important to keep in mind. Does it give the comfort I want? Does it fit into the space I have at home? And do I want this to be MY chair. Do I want it to make a statement? Accent and occasional chairs are perfect for when a normal armchair just won't do. Add a splash of colour to your room and put your own stamp on any interior. Ideal for the living room, or as a bedroom chair, fireside chair or nursing chair, the versatility of these chair is boundless. Add to that your choice of footstool and pouffes and you are all set for sitting back, relaxing and being your best you.
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Accent & Occasional Chairs
Accent chairs were traditionally an armchair or dining chair that was upholstered in a different, often vibrant, fabric or just stood out in general from your other furniture pieces. Nowadays an accent or occasional chair can mean the same thing. Referring to any bedroom chair, fireside chair or even a rocking chair in the nursery and not just the tartan fabric straight back armchair in the corner of the living room by the window. Our selection of EZ Living chairs is versatile, stylish and practical. Crafted to the highest standards and right on trend, you can choose from a pink velvet tub chair to Eames style chair with a footstool. We stock armless bedroom chairs in soft blush, green, blue and many more colours. We even have swivel chairs and grandad chairs. Whatever the occasion, whatever the accent, EZ Living Furniture has what you’re after.
Where Can I Find My Next Occasional Chair?
If you are looking to buy that special one-off accent chair for your home, why not come and talk to an expert in one of our stores? Find out more about your nearest store by clicking the link that applies to you.
Dublin (Swords, Blanchardstown, Tallaght, Fonthill, Nass Rd), Galway (Terryland, Outlet), Limerick (City East, Tipperary Road), Kilkenny (Ring Road), Mayo (Castlebar), Sligo (Carraroe), Tipperary (Clonmel), and Offaly (Tullamore).