Wingback chairs are timeless because they fit with almost any decor style and decorating motif. Even though the high back and spindle-like legs have a formal, traditional appeal, contemporary fabrics, curvature in the construction and sleek designs help them harmonize with diverse design elements.
When incorporating wingback chairs into your space, the goal is for the chairs to coordinate with your other furnishings so they blend nicely in the room. See more ideas about wingback chairs down below.
Black wingchair in a white room. This is sleek and modern but still comfy. Can’t you just see a hipster king and queen at this table?
Here a pair of wingbacks with a contemporary shape looks fabulous with side benches. Make sure your upholstery fabric choice is durable.
Lively zebra print on the wingback chairs and range of textures prevent the room from being a snooze. Just thinking about reading in this room makes me feel smarter.
Wingback chairs look great in pairs. Because their sinuous shape is so sculptural, they almost beg to be balanced in a room with a soul mate.
Some bedrooms, guest rooms and home office areas have just enough room for an accent chair. A wingback chair is an ideal addition to a small room because it’s sturdy and functional but doesn’t take up much space.
SIDE BY SIDE
They can be placed side by side with no space between, as in this living room, it offers much more in terms of style and visual movement compared with a coordinating second sofa.
Though wingback chairs look super in pairs, they also work well on their own. They’re often used to fill a corner, as in this example.
Just because you have a traditional wingback chair frame doesn’t mean you have to stick with the same aesthetic for your fabric selection. This one sports a traditional shape, but its beguiling upholstery is clearly modern.
Mid century wingback chairs are typically upholstered in solid-colored fabric to emphasize the lines. The wings are also typically integrated with the seat back to create a unified piece.
With their uber high backs, these contemporary takes on the wingback are the highlights of the room.
These wingback chairs have wooden legs exposed and are a definite nod to the past. They can read as either traditional or contemporary depending on the fabric selection.
With its high back, unique wings and upholstered finish, there’s just something classic about a wingback chair. It can bring a little bit of traditional flair to any room or area of your home, and because you can find them in variety of colors, patterns and fabrics, there’s bound to be an option that complements your existing decor.
A wingback chair’s impressive look may make it a little intimidating to decorate around at first, but once you figure out the best way to play up its appearance in your home, you’ll have a truly striking design.