Spacious, luxurious and usually sold in leather, the club chair is a classic living room furniture designed with rounded curves to optimize comfort. The sunken saddles, the solid wood design and the backrest and legs with rounded spikes are just some of the features that define the Windsor chair. The chair has inspired many modern versions and is often used in dining rooms. Originally designed by Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the now beloved Egg chair sits on a swivel base and is defined by its soft rounded backrest and winged armchair design.
Marcel Breuer's Wassily chair is said to have been the first chair design to use tubular steel to form its structure, and while there are many replicas, most models come in a polished chrome finish with leather or fabric slings. Modern armchair styles cover many different types at once. In Scandinavian, minimalist, farmhouse and bohemian styles, it usually features clean lines with plain fabrics or synthetic leather, wood and perhaps a fun pattern. Elegant and comfortable, modern armchairs, such as our Model 02 range, are usually easy to see, but offer great comfort.
A decorative chair with backrest is the ultimate statement piece that will add drama and style to your room. These chairs are distinguished by their high side panels and high backrest, making them perfect for curling up while reading a good book. No matter what your style is, you can guarantee that there will be a chair with a backrest for you. From classic and contemporary styles to eclectic and daring, this type of chair knows how to make a statement.
While mid-century armchairs are still considered modern, since they value function over form, they feature their own unique touch of decorative details to set them apart from the more traditional modern style. With touches of color or bold designs, midcentury chairs, like our model 01 range of armchairs, offer clean, smooth lines that suit a variety of living room styles. Mid-century armchairs for small spaces are also an excellent option, as they usually have narrow arms and lift off the floor to create the illusion of space. When you think of a Chesterfield style, a full sofa usually comes to mind, but this style also makes it an excellent armchair.
With folded arms, buttoned upholstery and spikes in the shape of a nail head, this type of chair is luxurious and comfortable. Designed in the 1700s after the Chesterfield sofa was a great success, it has remained a popular style in many homes for decades. The rocking chair was invented in the early 18th century to be originally used in gardens. Nowadays, although considered a bit dated, it is a beautiful piece of furniture that can add charm and character to your home.
Popular for placement in living rooms, on a front porch or in nurseries, its curved band (rocker) design provides a quiet and relaxing place to sit. If you are a fan of the traditional French style with luxurious fabrics and designs, then an elegant Bergère chair will fit perfectly into your home and bring a touch of royalty to your decor. These 18th century chairs had a significant impact on designers and influenced many modern creations and reproductions. With wide, deep seats, exposed wood and a loose cushion, these chairs are intricate works of art that will stand the test of time.
The Klismos-style chair is one of the oldest designs in history, dating back to the 4th century. In fact, you'll often see this design in ceramics, paintings, and other Greek drawings. With four curved and extended legs, a curved backrest and a narrow concave backrest, this design is still so popular today. The only difference is that most modern designs are now almost always upholstered instead of just made of wood to add a little more comfort.
Explore our collection of ultra-comfortable and contemporary model 01 armchairs. Available in a variety of colors, these armchairs will add style and class to any room. You're not limited to just using comfy sofas in your living room; you can choose between all types of seats such as armchairs, recliners, ottomans, round chairs, two-seater armchairs and club chairs. Each type of chair tends to have a different type of arm; the most common types are armless arms, caterpillar arms, round arms built-in arms flared arms and arms with padded upper parts.
Most living rooms include at least one armchair; these types of chairs vary depending on size style and color allowing you to use them to make a statement focus on comfort or show your personality. Choose from a variety of finishes colors and types of upholstery to find the Parsons chair that best suits your home; however some historians believe that Napoleon Bonaparte possessed the first version of this type of relaxing chair so you can expect to pay a little more for a Bergere chair than for other types of chairs. If you're the type of person who loves to read you know how vital a good reading chair is for an office; these types of chairs...