Simple and chic. Sometimes that’s all you need to pull a room together. Here, England Furniture reviews the perks of finding your perfect accent chair that completes the look you have in mind.
These chairs are functional and fashionable, especially those created by England Furniture. Pictured is the Valerie Swivel chair, which has slightly flared arms and a reversible T-cushion seat. Swivel chairs move with you if you want a little something extra from a stationary chair.
There are endless designs to choose from when you decide on adding a recliner to your space. Recliners are great when you don’t have an interest in getting an ottoman, but you still want to put your feet up after a long day. These chairs come in so many shapes, and can even come with a high-leg, which are really recliners in disguise.
Chairs with high legs don’t sit directly on the ground with hidden legs. They come in three main designs: Tapered, Turned, or Curved. Tapered legs are more mod, as the legs have a sleek, straight edge. Turned legs tend to look more traditional, with rounded edges. Curved legs have a classic feel straight out of earlier times, that can best be described as looking somewhat like the shape of a clawfoot tub’s legs.
Rockers are more than just your grandparent’s chair. England Furniture has a variety of rockers, such as the Natalie Chair, which is wrapped in comfort. Rockers are great for a baby’s room to calmly lull them to sleep.