Have you found your forever chair?

Armchairs are one of those rare pieces of furniture that you can get emotionally attached to. Having a favourite spot to kick back and relax in is one of the things that makes house a home, so choosing the perfect armchair should be a well considered purchase. 

Gone are the days of the ‘three piece suite’. Now the ideal sitting room has a mix of furniture styles, with feature chairs becoming an increasingly popular way to add interest as well as comfort. 

Many of our clients look for an armchair that is versatile enough to move into to different positions or different rooms as the need for extra seating is required. In these instances, investing in classic neutral tones allows for the chair to blend seamlessly with any interior decor and avoids a scheme becoming dated.

FIVE CLASSIC KEEPERS

The following five armchairs are favourites at Open Plan Living thanks to their classic shapes and unquestionable comfort. We believe the quality of craftsmanship that goes into each of these chairs means that each will hold its value for many years to come and, thanks to classic design influences, they are guaranteed to out-live any fashion fads that come and go.

1) Julius Caned Armchair

The classic caning of the Julius armchair, gives this club shape Colonial sophistication. Perfect for after dinner drinks (one thinks).

2) The Carlo

Technically, Carlo is not an armchair, given that it has no arms! However the shape and comfort of this extra seat makes it a perfect spot for a leisurely morning with the Sunday papers.

3) Hans Amrchair

If you needed an excuse to take an extra coffee break, the iconic Hans mid century style armchair is IT.

4) Wormley Armchair

The caning, the brass legs, the dark tones… extra seating doesn’t come more style conscious than this handsome fellow.

5) Ida Armchair

And relax… Cocoon yourself in comfort after a stressful day in the office. Pull up a footstool and close your eyes. The search for the perfect armchair is over!

Ana & Renata
blog@openplanliving.net
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