Armchairs placed in pairs not only satisfy the practical need for accommodating ample and comfortable seating, but serves a variety of decorative fundamental purposes. Today’s designers look to armchairs in pairs for balance of furniture placement, proportion to the space and the scale of the surrounding décor, and as eye-catching accents through fabric or finish. A range of styles are favored, from upholstered antiques to clean-lined contemporary pieces, yet the finished look remains constant–armchairs in pairs ignite conversation.
Placed in front of a fireplace, a pair of armchairs sit opposite one another as a feature focal point to the room.
In a sophisticated dining room, a pair of upholstered square-shaped armchairs are selected to complement an oval designed table and additional bench seating.
A pair of slipcovered armchairs provide lush comfort for guests as well as to achieve symmetry and balance within a serene living room.
For a very specific color palette of black, white and gold, a pair of armchairs upholstered in a bright aqua blue fabric provide a punch of eye-catching color to the space.
The smaller scale design of a pair of armchairs, upholstered in an accenting plumb fabric, balance the room’s surrounding décor.
A pair of two different armchairs styles are positioned opposite one another. Even though the finishes are contrasting, their design – deep and low seats – complements the overall interior design.
In a sleek kitchen, a pair of wicker garden style armchairs accent a modern table.
With tall ceilings and a gorgeous glass chandelier, a bright print upholstery fabric applied to a pair of armchairs anchors the room.
In a rustic setting, a pair of contemporary armchairs become warm and welcoming when positioned opposite a lush sofa and alongside a fireplace.
The tall curved design of a pair of classic wicker armchairs adds balance to the room by mimicking the style of sofa placed opposite.