By Sally Margie. Living Room Chairs. Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 23:17:55 PM.
When you look for any chair with moving parts, go to a showroom and try it out first. Does the mechanism move smoothly, without any grinding or bumps? How difficult is it to move? Be sure to sit in the chair the way you will at home. Check the comfort, the level of the headrest, and move the footrest and any other moveable parts. Since moving parts get more wear than the rest of the chair, you want to be sure they will hold up to use.
While recliner chairs are best known as those plush seats only the head of the household could sit in, modern day recliners come in sleek designs that blend in better with the rest of the living room furniture. This turns the recliner into a comfortable seat not just for the head of the household, but for everyone to enjoy. Now that recliners come in more versatile designs, homeowners can choose to deck out their living rooms both with comfort and style. If you are looking at getting one or two of these for your home, you can start off by choosing between two styles: one with a built-in footrest and one with a separate ottoman.
Speaking of timeless styles, wingback chairs, slipper chairs or leather chairs, with or without arms, can make beautiful accent pieces to your living room and supply additional seating at the same time. Place one on either side of your couch or loveseat, or offset one extra chair with a plant or lamp on the other side. If you are short on space, armless chairs are available in every color, design and shape. Sometimes called accent chairs, these can provide decorator touches, extra seating, and save space all at once.
Living room chairs are a good place to start if you are renewing your interior decorating but can not afford everything at once. Buy one or two chairs, then the couch, and so on, until your new living room is complete. Finish it up with pillows, throws, paintings or plants and your space will soon look like a professional designed it.
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