Published at Tuesday, February 05th, 2019 - 16:20:54 PM. Chair. By Arabella Sommer.
Tints, Tones and Shades – Monochromatic color schemes have one dominate hue. It is very important in this type of scheme to carefully distribute tints – (white with the color), tones – (black with the color) and shades – (grey with the color) in varying degrees to add variety and excitement to the scheme. Neutrals are another thing that can be added which are white, beige, taupe, gray or even black can be very dramatic in this scheme. Woods – There can also be some contrast or even just texture change in the woods used in the scheme. The wood tones can possibly be found on hardwood floors, furniture, baseboards, crown molding at the ceiling lines and possibly door and window frames. Be sure the color of the wood goes well with the hue of your color scheme.
Once you have determined that you are interested in purchasing a wooden chair for your home or work environment, it is important to do your research and understand the benefits of owning one of these chairs. Know what to look for and what is going to look best in your environment. Some questions to consider may be, how long will you spend sitting in this chair everyday? What furniture will you need to match this with? How adjustable would you like the chair to be? Once you answer these questions you will be on your way to finding the perfect wooden desk chair for your home or office.
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