There’s no telling when you’ll need to kick back and read a good book. However, you can be prepared by having any of the following types of chairs handy when you’re ready to binge read your favorite Stephen King novel.
The recliner is swiftly becoming one of the most popular chairs for living rooms worldwide. Mostly because of its unmatched comfort. You can lay back and put your legs up and read in absolute relaxation in these chairs.
Club chairs are a classic piece of furniture. These upholstered chairs have a compact frame that hugs your body and wraps it in comfort.
The history of wingback chairs dates back to the 1600s. With its sleek and refined look, the wingback chair adds a true mid-century touch to any room.
Most traditional rocking chairs were made of solid wood. These wooden chairs allowed you to rock back and forth while seated (kind of like a stationary swing). Nowadays, they can come upholstered, made of wicker (rattan), or even with metal frames.
1. Soto Rocking Chair from Joybird 2. Form Rocking Armchair by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen 3. First Rocking Chair by Muller Van Severen 4. Mademoiselle Rocking Chair by Ilmari Tapiovara for Artek 5. Harper Rocking Chair by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Bernhardt Design 6. GT Rocker from Gus* Modern 7. Eames Molded Plastic Rocker (RAR) by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller 8. Klara Rocking Chair with Cane Back by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso 9. Comeback Rocking Chair by Kartell 10. Buttercup Rocker by Blu Dot
Chaise Reading Chair
A chaise lounge is an elongated chair that’s typically associated with a visit to the psychiatrist’s office. That doesn’t mean that you can’t get one of your own. If you want to stretch out while you read, without losing neck and back support, a chaise reading chair is a perfect choice.
Sling chairs are very durable and easy to maintain. These chairs comprise any variety that has a seat and back made from a single sheet of material that hangs loosely in a frame. They’re great for patio use in case you prefer reading outdoors.
Chair and Ottoman
A chair and ottoman allow you to sit back and read with your feet up. This particular set up will help keep your back and hips well-supported as you read. The combination makes a good chair for reading.
If you’re looking for an office chair that can double as a reading chair then a small armchair is just what you need. They usually have a simple and modern design that lets you read in comfort while fitting in with your other decor.
To choose a comfortable chair for reading is important. If there’s a quiet corner in your home that you think you’d like to turn into a mini reading area then a nuce comfy corner chair would make your dream into a reality.
Parson chairs have been around since the 1930’s, its main purpose is to maintain function and comfort without all the bells and whistles of other elaborately designed chairs. They are a go-to choice for dining chairs. However, they can be used in other areas of the home due to their simple design.
When choosing the best reading chair for your home or office, you may want to consider ones that provide comfort as well as neck, back and leg support. This is especially true if you plan to read for long periods of time.
In the end, whichever chair you choose to make your personal reading chair, remember that it is an investment that will allow you to enjoy every page in that book you’ve been wanting to read a little more. If you choose the right chair, you just may never want to put the book down.