Get the luxury look for less with these stylish chairs.
We've scoured some of the top furniture stores and found a selection of luxurious chairs for around the home. However, if you're a bit strapped for cash at the minute, don't threat - we've also found some look-alikes for a fraction of the price! See if you can spot the difference.
Image: VonHaus, Nest
With people now putting a lot of effort into their gardens, making them more of an extension of their home, stylish garden furniture is in high demand. There's no doubt the Skagerak Between Lines teak deck chair from Nest (£599) would sit nicely in your garden, but for 10% of the price you can nab the Adirondack garden patio chair from VonHaus (£59.99).
Image: Sofa.com, Sofas & Stuff
A bright, statement armchair is a great addition to any living room, and a vibrant yellow is a particularly good choice. Not only is it inviting, but it goes with a range of living room schemes - from nautical to boho.
If you want to get your hands on one, this Kentwell armchair in Viking Sunflower fabric from Sofas & Stuff (£1,247) is a stunning piece. However, Sofa.com has the almost identical Bluebell armchair available in Lemon Drop Pick 'n' Mix cotton fabric (£730) that may take your fancy.
Image: Swoon, Wayfair
Dine in industrial luxury with this Williston Forge Ayana solid wood dining chair from Wayfair (£303.99 for two). Although, for £100 less, you can opt for the Meala dining chair from Swoon (£199 for two) and inject just as much industrial charm into your home.
Image: Maisons du Monde, Cox & Cox
Pouffes are a great way of creating additional seating in a living room, especially around the coffee table when you have a lot of guests. They're also a perfect opportunity to make a statement, like with this grey chevron pouffe from Cox & Cox (£145) or the geometric warm grey and white cotton pouffe from Maisons du Monde (£88).
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