Sharlene Quaranta. Bedroom Chair. December 06th , 2017.
Have your seating compliment the bed: In the master bedroom, the bed should take center stage. Choose seating that compliments it in color, form, materials, or all of the above. A small bench or seat at the end of the bed makes for a perfect place to put on shoes in the morning without messing up the made bed! Create a pulled together look with a custom tufted headboard and matching upholstery fabric on your chairs. When your entire bedroom is treated like one ensemble, the result is a beautiful space that is functional for seating and lounging.
The original silhouette of Sorrento Chair by Jonathan Adler may remind you of a paper boat thanks to its square and triangular forms. This quite playful design is light yet imposing but remains overall extremely inviting, notably for a few moments of peace accompanied by music or a good book. This is definitely a modern chair you should consider.
Vertigo swivel chair by Jonathan Adler is a beautiful velvet armchair with a stunning petrol color. Its rather surprising and geometrical shapes are an instant an eye-catcher in any bedroom. Vertigo remains a rather sober piece that fits around many different colors. You will enjoy spending hours seated on it savoring a piece of literature.
EARTH armchair by BRABBU will bring rythm to your modern bedroom interior design. Its comfy embrace and soft dark green velvet will fill your space with peaceful vibes. While the piece may seem imposing, it actually completes perfectly a small interior with its curved lines. Pastel colors are a perfect fit for small spaces as illustrated by this beautiful upholstered chair. Its small and discrete shape is judiciously paired with the lovely tone to bring light to the room.
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