Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 14:49:02 PM. Chair. By Alicia Haas.
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.
Papasan chairs have been around for a very long time. In Asian countries, they have been used for several centuries but in the United States and other western countries, papasan chairs only became popular during the 1960s. These one-of-a-kind chairs go by several names, such as bowl chairs, moon chairs, or satellite chairs. If you have ever seen a papasan chair, it would be obvious why they have been given such monikers. The chair is made of a large and perfectly round seat made of rattan that sits atop a base that is likewise made of rattan. The most striking features of the papasan chair, aside from its obviously unique design, are the high level of comfort that they offer and their light weight, which makes them very easy to move around the house. Because of these features, many people do favor the papasan chair over other kinds of chairs out there.
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