Take A Seat From Anthropologie

June 30, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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I LOVE chairs and I think they can definitely make or break a room, chairs can add a lot from the pattern of their fabric, their shape and the turn of their legs of lack of turn. Chairs are also a great way to infuse your room with some fun depending on the fabric you choose and the same can be said for glamour and elegance, the right choice of fabric makes all the difference in the world. I love reusing furniture and having it recovered to bring it up to date but there are a lot of great looking new chairs out there, especially from specialty stores like Anthropologie. Whether it’s prints or velvets, side chairs or dining chairs chances are you can find something to suit your taste in Anthropologie’s current collection of chairs, join me for a peek, let your mind wander and Enjoy!!!

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Turquoise, Navy, and Red never looked so good as this Dhurrie Occasional Chair, ancient and elegant. 

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Everything about the Slub Velvet Quentin Chair hits all the right notes, from the mix of black velvet and camel leather to the contemporary shape. This would look so great in a man’s office or anywhere in a contemporary home. 

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Stripes and black/white never go out of style so the Striped Losange Chair will be en vogue for a very long time. 

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The Treescape Dorance Chair is the perfect blend of fun, contemporary upholstery with a very traditionally shaped chair. Great for a child’s room, sunroom or for any Chi Omega. 

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The Shag Puff Dressing Chair is the perfect place to start your day, don’t we all want to start our day from a cloud?

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I’m always up for a buffalo check anything so the Buffalo Check Kimball Chair is perfect, especially with those gorgeous gilded legs and the gray/white color scheme. 

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You’ll have mid-century in spades with the Velvet Adrie Chair, it’s inspired by Italian furniture from the 1950’s and 60’s. 

Words are my own
Images are courtesy of
Anthropologie.

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