5 Sleek Modern Red Accent Chairs
Red is the color of passion and love, and it’s also a bold and popping way to add color and vibrancy to a room. Whether in the dining room, foyer or living area, a bit of red can go a long way, no matter the style or theme you’ve decided to decorate with. Let’s take a quick look at some sleek, modern red accent chairs that could be the perfect fit for your own home.
Mid Century Arm Chair
We love this mid century modern chair! It’s trendy, it’s stylish but it also has a unique, modern appeal fit for any slick studio apartment or home office accessories. Topped off with a silky black pillow or nestled under a giant, sparkling mirror, this accent chair will always hold its own in the design department. It also looks quite comfortable to boot!
Flared Red Accent Chair
Cushy, with sharp edges and modern lines, this flared back accent chair will definitely be able to turn your guest room or living room into something special. It’ll add a unique touch but still keep a sophisticated air about the space. You can also get a set to sit together and become an easy focal point.
For something a bit more traditional, try this faux leather seater. It still gives off a more contemporary essence with its sheen but it also works well in a more family-oriented space used for comfort. We love the idea of this beauty sitting in the foyer greeting guests.
Christopher Knight Accent Chair
Artistic and stylish, and a bit of a showstopper, this chair was made to make a scene. Place this piece among a room full of neutral foundations and clean lines, and you’ve not only created a focal point but a very fashion-forward space as well. We even love the idea of pairing this beauty up with blush pinks and creams for a more subdued finished.
Coco Red Accent Chair
If you’re a bit scared to go too bold and too loud, try a deeper shade of red. Preferably, it should be in the cranberry family. It’ll still add the pop and pizazz you need without all the dramatic that you may be scared of. Especially if you’re looking for something more traditional, the cranberry family would be the way to go.