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How to Choose a Chair

Just as important as a sofa, the right chair can make a living room all its own. Whether you're looking for an accent chair as an extra seat or a cozy recliner you'll use every day, follow our guide for finding the right style for your space.

1. Choose a Fabric

From micro suede to linen, the possibilities for chair fabrics are almost endless. Choose from a variety of upholstery options, including:
Upholstered— Upholstered chairs have a soft, comforting fabric for a beautiful look and feel.
Leather— Our leather chairs instantly elevate the look and feel of any space. The chairs' rich, supple leather feels luxurious to the touch. Leather chairs wear beautifully over time for a rich, lived-in patina accented by natural markings.
Slipcovered—Slipcovered chairs are great for those who prefer easy and convenient cleaning options. Machine washable for added convenience, slipcovered chairs are ideal for those with children or pets. You can easily swap out covers to give your chair a fresh new look.

2. Pick a Design

Once you've decided which material you'd like for your chair, consider popular styles such as the Gather collection and Axis II collection. Keep in mind their different constructions and how they'll work for your space, including:
-Swivel—These allow you to turn a full 360 degrees with ease.
-Rocking—Classic rocking chairs are the perfect addition to a nursery or living room.
-Recliner—These chairs are a casual seating option for living rooms, bedrooms and family rooms.
-Chair and a Half—These oversized designs can cozily fit two people but are roomy enough for just one person as well. A chair and a half can be a great complement to a regular-sized sofa, loveseat or both.

3. Consider Chair Structure and Durability

In addition to the style of your chair, you'll also want to consider structure. Look for a design with a firm and supportive frame, and find soft cushioning that feels sturdy yet comfortable. Also consider material—upholstered fabrics and leathers are durable and can withstand years of everyday use.