By Sally Margie. Living Room Chairs. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 05:48:05 AM.
The process of social dominance continued its establishment during the Roman Empires conquests of Europe beginning in 27 BC. They also conjured up the idea that having an extra throne would bring them good fortune. They placed statues of the goddess Roma in the chair next to the emperor.
That is where tub chairs came into play. They are a particular model of chairs that gives one the feeling of luxuriating in a bathing tub. Created for Royalty during the reign of King Louis XV in France, this style of chair has evolved into some of the most sought after furniture, for both commercial as well as household applications.
For centuries the armchair represented status in society and now is commonly seen, accompanied by an ottoman, in living rooms around the world. Individuals of great power and authority sat in these chairs giving them complete control over their people. During the period of 6000BC, which dates back to ancient Egypt, ancient chairs were created out of lavish materials. Gold, silver, bronze and an array of jewels were etched or carved into these seats. Many of these chairs were decorated with such distinct qualities only the Pharaoh was deemed worthy enough to sit in one.
In todays modern dining rooms these chairs are placed at the end of the table for either the eldest of the family or whomever the celebration may involve. Culture today has a variety of use for these types of chairs. Whether it is a formal matter or a student studying away in the comfort of a tub chair, the selection in stores across the globe is downright frightening.
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