No room is safe from a personality makeover once you plant these chairs within its walls. The beauty of wood chairs is you have the ability to carve whatever you can imagine.
It’s not uncommon to place a lone chair by itself somewhere in the home, but if you do, try to find one with a little spunk. This bow-tie shaped back gives this traditional chair a reason to stand on its own.
This wall-mounted chair is so cool and sophisticated, you almost think it’s a work of art. It blends seamlessly into its surroundings for a sleek, contemporary appeal.
If you really want a show-stopper, seek out chrome encrusted chairs with white upholstery for a look that will dazzle. You might need your sunglasses when checking out these stunners.
For an unusual juxtaposition, seek out wood chairs with a contemporary design. The fact that the backs of these chairs remain the same thickness from top to bottom gives them a seamless feel that is so alluring.
Settees are fairly common, but a four-seated settee? This piece certainly makes its mark in this traditional foyer.
Sometimes all you need to make a chair unique is a bright splash of color. This yellow chair adds a playful energy to a fairly neutral room.
It’s hard to divert your attention away from this stunning bed, but once you do, you may notice the totally unexpected chair to the right. Though it’s a traditional Louis design, it’s been made distinctive with a splash of lime green paint and a painted face.
Want an easy way to refresh the chairs you already have? Give them a unique paint treatment. These were once everyday Thonet chairs, but now they’ve got their own creative spark.
If you have a dark room that needs a lively addition, look for a colorful and unusual chair to do the job. The Vermehla chair is made 500 meters of woven red cotton ropes.
The jury is out on whether these chairs are comfortable, but you have to admit they’re pretty darn interesting.
Pair your distressed island with coil stools to enhance the rustic appeal of your country cottage kitchen.
It’s possible the only thing you need to do to make your chair more interesting is to stick it in a really unusual spot. Talk about a bird's-eye view!
Another splurge: This futuristic chair looks like it could have been owned by the Jetsons.