Published at Thursday, July 11th 2019, 00:41:12 AM. Armchairs. By Mimi Jamet.
Providing more than just additional seating, feature armchairs are versatile in their application and the purposes that they serve. When used in isolation, they can accentuate an interior design scheme, inject a burst of colour and/or add another textural element to a room, whereas when used collectively, feature armchairs can unite to create a functional, yet decorative furniture arrangement. Placed within your home office, bedroom or living room for example, feature armchairs can be utilised to complete an existing seating area. Alternatively, you can create a separate space entirely by positioning a plush armchair in a low-traffic area, such as next to a window, accompanied by a small table and lamp, to create a cosy reading nook. Whether it is championed as the focal point of a room or supplements the furnishings that sit alongside it, a feature armchair or two can add visual interest.
Manual recliner: This chair features a two part push arm reclining action. To recline the chair just lean back and relax, this elevates the footrest. Once the footrest is raised, push back on both arms and lean back to fully recline the chair. To lower the footrest back down, just lean forward and push the footrest in to position with your legs.
Depending on what your needs are you can choose from a variety or recliner armchairs like manual recliner, swivel recliner, electric armchair, massage recliner and electric riser recliner. Their features are as following.
Feature armchairs feature quite heavily in the interior design schemes of many of our projects. Regarded as quite important pieces by the design team, they play an integral role in pulling a design scheme together. Quite often we select couches in more neutral colour schemes and then accent these with armchairs in vibrant prints that inject a burst of colour. With the style and comfort deemed paramount, the feature chairs that we tend to gravitate towards are those with a unique point of difference to create visual interest and a hint of the unexpected.