When we think of a relaxing moment what furniture that comes to mind are chairs. But this is not just an ordinary chair. To promote relaxation it must be equipped with the upholstery at the right places supporting the body for a relaxing position. While addressing that, you would likewise want it to have a touch that will fit with your room decor.
To find the right chair aside from giving the comfort you seek, it should be able to provide the right height, weight and position for you while ensuring that you are at the center of gravity for safety. Lastly it should be a perfect fit to the user’s size and shape just like the Bloomingville chairs that are available now.
To promote a more relaxing chair, here are the most critical features:
- Feel – Upholstery of the chair seat should be soft but firm enough to support your body. If it is too soft you will sink into it and will have to struggle getting out of it. Once it is too hard, discomfort strikes.
- Angle – the thigh should be perpendicular to the floor, with your knees at a 90 degree angle. It is not right if your knees point up or down. Generally chairs are 18 inches in height, some are adjustable or you can find one that will be right for your height.
- Depth – If you are very tall it is not right to have a shallow seat which is bad for the knees. Ideally it should touch your calve portion but without too much pressure.
- Width – a chair with a one and a half of normal width will give more comfort to shift positions.
- Chair backs – it must provide proper lumbar support regardless of this being high or low. Others consider the high back support with headrest, if they intend to use their chair while watching TV
- Arms – depending on your personal preferences, and is also subjective on how the user sits and how often he sits on it too.
Chairs can also function to add some style in a room. All it takes are certain elements in it. But just make sure they complement with the other furniture in the room and to the overall design too.