Design Tips

Accentuate Your Surroundings with Accent Pieces

How do you add emphasis to your favorite room? By giving it a few pieces that will give you style, functionality, and bragging rights without having to do too much work or spend too much money. Accent pieces can be just about anything: a stylish new chair, a clever table, a cozy ottoman, or a retro bar. All you need to do is head into your local Chicago furniture store, and let our friendly furniture consultants here at The RoomPlace help you find exactly what you need.

If you have a bare wall in your hallway or entrance way and you’re not sure what to do with it, try adding a few long benches to the space. Long benches create additional seating and also give visitors a place to take their shoes off. During a Chicago winter, this will look great while also saving your room from salt and water damage caused by dirty footwear.

Or maybe you’ve wanted a table to put between your sofas, but you’re hoping for something versatile. You’re having trouble deciding between an ottoman, storage space, and coffee table. Why not find a piece of furniture that has multiple functions? If you’re not sure where to start or what your options are, let one of our many design experts show you around. Just tell them what exactly you’re looking for, and they’ll help you find the right pieces.

Accent pieces are supposed to enhance the style of your already stunning room by adding both function and style to various spaces. Whether you’re looking for a funky chair to add to your office or a few benches you can easily move around and use in different ways, we’ve got it all here at The RoomPlace.

Categories: Design Tips, Home Decor

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