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There are those who prefer to lie on a sofa and others who swear by their armchair. This seat is indeed considered by some as a privileged place, a reserved place that it would not yield for anything in the world. For this category of people, choosing an armchair is not something to be taken lightly. If they are looking above all to have a comfortable armchair to spend several hours at a stretch, they also want this object to be beautiful and fit into their interior decoration. How to choose a decorative and comfortable chair, here are the tips.
A decisive foundation
We sometimes criticize decorative or design armchairs for appearing uncomfortable because of their line and yet the appearance is often misleading. If the seat may seem unnatural at first glance, you have to know how to ignore it and try the chair to determine its real comfort. This is all the more important since we are not all looking for the same maintenance. Certain criteria are nonetheless universal, such as the quality of the padding, whether for the seat or the backrest. A padding allows to be both maintained but without too much firmness which could hinder in the long run.
The material of your armchair will be the other decisive selection criterion for a decorative and comfortable armchair. Leather remains a very popular material for armchairs because it breathes and adapts to body temperature, it is also a coating that creators and designers like to work with. On the fabric side, you can also choose cotton for its light contact but the latest trends are moving towards more raw materials such as linen, both soft and hard but still comfortable. Our practical recovery decor videos