(PRWEB UK) 18 August 2014
The nation’s love of chairs is evident and as Facebook tells us in their latest advert ‘Chairs are for people and that is why chairs are like Facebook’ But where has this great love come from? Everybody will appreciate the benefits of a comfy seat. That moment when the day’s tasks are complete, work is done, dinner made and best of all, the kid’s are in bed. All that’s left is a bit of me time, a relaxing sit down with a lovely warm cup of tea. But which is the best style of chair? We aim to hunt down the very best types of seating heaven and give them the recognition that they deserve!
1. The Stylish Tub Chair
Tub chairs are an exquisite seating item, hard-wearing and excessively stylish these items will suit most rooms and décors. They are often the perfect addition to a lounge or conservatory where an extra seating option is required but space is limited. Dunelm also offers a gorgeous range of kid’s tub chairs suitable for playrooms or as a quirky addition to your living room.
2. Bar Stools
Over the past few years bar stools have become increasingly fashionable and an incredibly stylish addition to your kitchen. Breakfast bar chairs can often be found in many different forms from leather high backed chairs to vibrant coloured gas lift bar stools.
3. Leather Recliner Sofas
There is nothing quite like sinking into a soft reclining leather chair after a hard day’s work. These chairs are designed to sit at the optimum angle for both relaxation and practicality. No need for a foot stool and easily tucked away when not in use, these chairs really are a fantastically comforting seating invention!
4. Beanbag Chair
A combination of the relaxing qualities of a beanbag with the style and structure of a chair. Beanbags are the latest trend in occasional seating. These items are the perfect way to accommodate extra guests or create a relaxing haven for your teenager’s bedroom.
5. Rocking Chair
The rocking chair is a classic and timeless seating option. This style of chair has been seen throughout homes in the UK for centuries and is still a popular choice today. The design and style of these chairs may have been updated to incorporate the latest trends, but the principal of the seat remain the same, a tranquil rocking motion that will help you relax after a busy day.