By Dorothee Fournier. chair. Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 00:00:44 AM.
Leather club chairs, on the other hand, are an excellent smoking chair, reading chair, and cocktail chair. They are a bit bigger and heavier than a tub chair, but not nearly as bulky as a recliner. These chairs are great as accent pieces in your den, library, etc. They also have a bit of old-school about them, but are a bit more cozy in their styling.
So what do you look for in a chair? You need to decide if you want a rocking nursing chair or a glider nursing chair. An old school rocker is very functional and has been used by moms for over a hundred years. They are very comfortable and can fit into any room in your home. Gliders are different than rockers in that the chair will glide forward and back instead of rocking.
Gondola Chair: Similar to the prow of the gondola Boat, this chair has sloppy armrests. There is, in addition to its beauty, a C-shaped back continuing towards the end of the seat. Initially, this term was used to name the side chairs with open backs, but now any seat that is dramatically curved at its back is called to be a gondola chair. This chair was first invented in the mid 17th Century in France and got very prominent till the end of that century. The varied versions of this is called as barrel or tub, but they are not as heavily designed as the original gondola chair.
If you are looking for the perfect chair to accent your living room furniture, a leather recliner is probably your best bet. Keep in mind however, that if you need the back of the chair to rest against a wall, a non-reclining lounge chair would be better suited. It might also help you to decide whether you would rather have a standalone ottoman, or a built-in foot rest. Some recliners have foot rests that automatically deploy when reclining. This would not be ideal with a standalone ottoman.
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