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Almondsbury Beige Accent Chair$279.99
Alessio Red Swivel Chair$289.99
Statesville Camel Accent Chair$299.99
Statesville Carnival Accent Chair$299.99
Basque Redhot Accent Chair$299.99
Basque Pewter Accent Chair$299.99
Statesville Teal Accent Chair$299.99
Basque Turquoise Accent Chair$299.99
Parkside Accent Chair$349.99
Coastal Grove Accent Chair$349.99
Girls' Night Out Black Accent Chair$349.99
Cindy Crawford Home Rosemere Indigo Accent Chair$399.99
Why Buy Accent Chairs from Rooms To Go?
Selection: At Rooms To Go, we offer a wide variety of accent chairs to accommodate multiple design schemes. From the clean lines of a truly modern design, to more traditional selections with padded arms and skirted bases, each accent chair will surely heighten the comfort of the room in addition to the style.
Style: Our accent chairs are crafted to fit any room, both in function and design. Choose from bright, bold patterns in reds, blues, oranges, and greens, or select a more muted earth tone to bring your living room together. We also have a wide selection of bold prints, geometric patterns, and floral motifs that will wow your guests while never sacrificing comfort. Upholstered in durable materials and built from sturdy woods and long-lasting metals, each accent chair not only looks great but endures the tests of everyday living.
Variety: Whether you're looking for clean, modern lines or traditional seating with a hint of casual flair, Rooms To Go can meet any decorating need. From armless chairs fit for a trendy downtown apartment, to comfy, pillowed options that will make you want to curl up with a good book, our selection makes choosing the right chair simple and painless. With our accent chairs, the only question really is "How soon can I sit down?"