Thrones For All Occasions

Thrones For All Occasions

Everyone needs a solid chair to depend on: whether you’re finishing up a project for work or lounging in your back garden, a comfortable chair can make or break your experience.

Here’s a list of beautiful, essential chairs to fulfill your every need (redecorate accordingly).

Like a boss

No one needs lower back pain, so a supportive office chair like the Herman Miller Areon Home Office Chair for those working-from-home days is an absolute must. Pick something chic, powerful and – most importantly – comfortable.

Recline in style

Reclining chairs are usually associated with unfortunate fabrics (think brown corduroy and beige leather) and napping seniors. However, recliners are neither dated nor boring: a beautiful piece like the Fama Moon Chair at CFC Interiors pictured above allows you to relax in style.

Rock and roll

Wicker furniture works great in outdoor spaces: gardens, balconies, front porches or anywhere else outside. A delicious beverage in one hand, a good book in the other, and you’re ready for a chilled afternoon outside.

Fit for a royal

There’s no easier way to glam up an interior than with opulent furniture. The gorgeous throne-like Byron Chair from Fishpools Occassional Chairs (picture above) is the perfect place to perch if you’re feeling especially regal, and it doubles as a statement piece.

Play around

We may lead serious lives, full of work and bills and ‘planning for the future’, but this doesn’t mean we need to extinguish our playful instincts. A brightly-coloured armchair won’t just brighten up the room; it will brighten up your mood as well.

Less is sometimes more

If patterns and velvet aren’t really your style, then a simple, minimal chair is the perfect piece. Classic design and clean lines come together to create the ideal piece of furniture that will blend into any interior seamlessly.

From castles to condos, a cosy armchair is a necessary addition to any home. So kick back and put your feet up in a throne of your very own.

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