Chair. Wednesday , September 05th , 2018 - 19:28:04 PM
The final thing you want to think about when choosing the perfect accent chairs for your home is placement. Where will you be placing your new chair? You want to make sure your chair makes the room feel charming and inviting. Take a good look at your room and place your accent chair in an area where it's not overcrowding the room but adding to the overall decor.
The idea behind folding tables and chairs is simple, they are inexpensive, yet after you buy them you may find that they have many more uses than, say, your dining room table. The obvious benefit of folding tables and chairs is their ability to collapse for easy storage. However, having folding chairs and tables handy means you can instantly add seating for guests during the holidays. When your car is not in the garage (and let's face it, when is it in there?), you can unfold your folding tables and chairs for extra workspace for virtually any household project - painting, building small crafts, working with bicycle or small engine parts, building model airplanes, refinishing kitchen cabinets, and the uses don't stop there.
Padded. Another viable choice for event seating are padded folding chairs. These chairs still come with a plastic back, but rather than having the quintessential plastic seat they instead have a padded fabric seat. They are more expensive in price, however they are also much more comfortable for you or your guests to be sitting on, especially if expect to be seated for an extended period of time. These chairs are best used in fancier events or when people will be required to sit for long periods of time in order to ensure their comfort. With their elegant and comfortable construction, they are a better choice for impressing your guests if presentation is an important factor to you.
Churches and schools are also great places to use folding tables and chairs. A school can make use of the gymnasium as a temporary theatre for a pageant or play by setting up rows of folding chairs. In this case, they may want to use ganging clamps to tie the chairs together in rows so they can't be rearranged by the guests. This will also ensure than nobody will thoughtlessly block the fire exits by sitting in the aisle. Church weddings also require lots of temporary seating, and folding chairs and tables are an excellent choice. In that case, you may want to consider using table skirts to make them look more like regular furniture. You can hide the legs and framework of the folding tables and chairs using table skirts and chair covers - which will make them look great for those all important wedding shots.
Metal. Metal folding chairs are another popular option, perhaps the second most purchased right after plastic folding chairs. They are more durable, made with 18-gauge steel tubing for the frames and are double-riveted. They are also stronger than plastic chairs and recommended for accommodating larger individuals for safety purposes. While they do have their main benefit of being sturdy and stable, their main disadvantage would be that they are not as comfortable to sit in when compared to plastic or padded folding chairs.
Another thing to consider when choosing accent chairs for your home is choosing the right type of material for your accent chair. You need your chair to be great to look at but you also want it to be functional in its designated room as well as comfortable. If you are choosing an accent chair for a very formal room, you may want to choose an elegant straight back wooded chair where great attention to detail has been placed in the chair's carving. If you need a chair that's functional but also flexible microfiber may be a good material to choose.
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