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Pride of place: The best labels to buy your next state-of-the-art accent chair from

Every living room needs accent chairs as statement pieces, to command attention without overpowering the décor. It creates a focal point while adding an extra silhouette and elevating the design scheme. Besides the functionality of additional seating, stylish chairs are the perfect way to up the ante. From sculptural to minimal, vibrant to muted, and showcasing a range of materials and fabrics, we’ve listed some of our favourite seaters to suit a host of décor styles and where to buy them.

Here are is our edit of the chicest accent chairs around.

Trumpet chair by Red, Blue and Yellow


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Blending music in design, the Trumpet Chair adds a touch of contemporary elegance and whimsy. A great addition to a modern setup, the chair is made from Burma teak wood and is available with or without a cushioned backrest.

Hathi Side Chair by DeMuro Das


Featuring matte black legs and leather upholstery, the Hathi Side Chair by DeMuro Das gets its avant-garde shape from the exaggerated wingback.

Crow Chair by Bombay Atelier


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This modern statement chair scores high on functionality, drama, and design. Inspired from the anatomy of a crow, the design is ‘stripped down to the bare essentials’. The black steel frame is softened by a plush seat available in a range of colours.

Peacock easy chair by Kenneth Cobonpue

A theatrical twist on traditional wicker chairs, the Peacock easy chair adds oodles of drama to a room. The elaborate patterns follow the designs of found on the feathers of this beautiful bird. Available in India at IDUS.

Puoli easy lounge chair by Alankaram

A perfect piece for those who love maximalism in design, the Puoli lounge chairs features soft curved lines brought to life by a wide range of colourful hand painted and handmade fabric upholstery.

The Tobias Wingback by Limón


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Available in a multitude of prints and patterns, often repurposed textiles, The Tobias Wingback is cosy and inviting yet utterly striking. The gentle lines of a traditional wingback pair beautifully with the vibrant and eclectic upholstery.

Audrey Chair by Artisanal Abode

The Audrey Chair by Artisanal Abode is sleek and contemporary. Featuring soft curves and a brass leg as an accent, the beautiful chair adds a touch of modern elegance to a living room.

Rocking chair by Sihasn

Sihasn has a wide variety of accent chairs that blend the comfort of a sofa with the joy of a rocking chair. Handmade traditional Indian textiles featuring hand embroidery or block prints uplift each piece.

Gills Yellow Pouf by This and That


Part of the Forest collection that was inspired by founder and principal designer Ariane Thakore’s visit to Borneo forest, the Gills Yellow Pouf features lovely details like carvings on the wood base.


A published writer and editor, Siganporia specialises in the design, décor, travel, culture, and food writing. Being from a military family, she constantly moved to new places which brought about a love for travel and exploration of cultures and cuisines. When not writing, she can be found devouring Wodehouse literature, sketching, or stalking her three rescue cats, camera in hand.

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