Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!, Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru! Recommendations
Apart from the odd reference to anime-obsessiveness, the main male leads are both adorable. Both have slice of life vibes, great art, and spontaneous characters.
On hindsight, there are highlighted similarities on KyoAni's Chuunibyou: both are romcom, and both have Chuunibyou-characters with silly antics, and both have enough enthusiasm and comedy to go on about. Both also have Sumire Uesaka (Dekomori's seiyuu in Chuunibyou; Cole-chan on Kono Bijutsubu) even.
For those hungry for more normal-X-otaku kind of romcom, look no further.
Moe, cute, kawaii, whatever you call it, these two series makes you melt of cuteness of character. very funny ride.
Both have enjoyable characters (some suffering from Chuunibyou syndrome) and are in the romantic comedy/slice of life genre. The soundtracks are really cool as well. ^^
I think someone has mentioned this before, but I think Colette was inspired or similar to Dekomori. They even share the same seiyuu, or voice actress (Sumire Uesaka).
[Colette is known to hang out in lockers throughout Konobi, which I think is a reference to when Dekomori was stuck in one in Episode 3 of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!?]
If you liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then I think This Art Club Has a Problem! should