“How can I make my white chair and a half to look as beautiful as it is on the showroom floor?” This is a question that has preoccupied many a chair salesman in my travels. As a dressmaker, I have often watched showrooms with beautiful gowns on the line only to see sales people try to fluff them up with glue or other finishing gels. The resulting chair and a half are too stiff and uncomfortable to be very appealing to potential buyers. On the other hand, a similar chair could be made from acrylic paint with a fine detail such as a floral print and used as an accent piece to enhance another room.
Before you purchase your white chair and a half, be sure to have your measurements handy. Find out how wide the chair and what kind of cushioning you will need. Also find out how much the chair will cost. Remember to allow for shipping and handling. Most manufacturers will allow you to purchase your chair and a half at the same time so be sure to call them to make your order.
If you are looking to decorate a small room, consider using accent chairs. Accent chairs come in a variety of sizes including small side tables and matching end tables. A matching armchair is always nice to include. An accent table can double as a breakfast table if you so desire.
Another idea is to purchase several small chairs and stack them on top of one another. The chairs will not take up as much room as one large chair. Also, make sure you are measuring the area where the chairs will go before you buy. Measuring the area ahead of time will ensure that the chairs will fit comfortably without having to glue them down or have them secured with tacky bunting.
What if you want to purchase a white chair and a half for a wedding? The most important thing to remember is the chair’s style and color. You don’t have to match the chair to the bridesmaid dresses, but if you are purchasing the chairs for someone who will be wearing an elaborate dress, it is best to choose a chair that will match the bridesmaid dress. Choose a chair that is white to ivory accent. This will give the bridesmaids a chance to carry the theme out throughout the entire wedding party.
What if you want to purchase a white chair and a half for a baby shower? The same rules apply to any other party with kids. If the party is for kids, steer clear of novelty chairs with bright colors or patterned fabrics. A more neutral choice is a white chair and a half that have clean lines and a simple design. This chair can also work for a nursery room setting, if the parents will only be there for a short time.
Are a white chair and a half right for a wedding reception? It can be perfect for the bride’s family room or her adjoining guest room. These chairs are often designed in a very casual, informal style. They will be perfect for couples who will be spending a lot of time together, but will not be staying overnight.
If you are planning a destination wedding, then a white chair and a half may be your best bet. Most resorts have a limited number of chairs that can be rented for the duration of the trip. Chances are, there will probably be several white chair and a half rentals available for each couple. This way, the couple does not have to try to find extra chairs once they arrive at the venue. The resort should be happy to leave them on hand in case any guests need them.