By Elaine Leclerc. Chair. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 15:55:47 PM.
If you are getting ready to redo your dining room, you might be interested in purchasing upholstered dining room chairs. This is a popular choice as these types of chairs can use many different types of fabrics, allowing you to create whatever look you want. Learn more now.
Armless chairs - These chairs are more modern and elegant. Imagine a typical upholstered chair but without the arms. Armless chairs have a cushion seat and back. Some styles will have a curve to the back while others are just a straight back. Most armless chairs have visible legs with finished wood.
Transitional style has gained popularity in recent years, most likely due to its extreme versatility and adaptability. It is defined as a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary styles. As a result, it is a "safe" decorating style that is very easy to integrate with an existing room décor! For a transitional parsons chair, combine a rounded top with straight-edged wooden or upholstered legs. Skirts should be simple, such as a half skirt or kick pleat design. Transitional style generally uses lighter wood finishes like fruitwood, light oak and maple. Contemporary fabric colors and patterns work best.
Two Position Recliner - This is a stationary recliner with two positions referred to as "Sitting" and "Reading." Sitting is just as it implies; you sit upright with your feet on the ground. The reading position is when you recline back in the chair and your feet are propped up. This chair recline using a handle that is located on the outside of the chair or sometimes hidden beneath the arm and next to the seat cushion.
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