There are many types of chairs that you can have in your home. Some chairs were made for the dining table, some for relaxation, some for lounging, and others for beauty and aesthetics.
- Arm Chair – most houses have this piece of furniture in their homes. It is elegant, sophisticated and customizable.
- Club Chair – the club chair gets its name from the gentleman's lounge about two centuries back. All these little places would have chairs like the club chair for the comfort of the sitter. They could be rounded or squared and surround the sitter with the armrests.
- Chesterfield Chair – the Chesterfield looks similar to the wingback but has more cushioning and buttons for beauty. These chairs are traditionally covered in leather but can now be substituted with fabric of your choice.
- Tub Chair – this version has a rounded back that forms around your body when you sit. It doesn't have a high back though but it is rather comfortable.
- Dining Chair – like the name says, this is used at the dining table. There are many different shapes that can be considered dining chairs. They have to be matched with the table as they are a set.
- Wingback Chairs – wingback or wing chairs have a high back that has “wings” on either side. This was supposed to be a comfort piece that would be used in front of a fireplace but has been adapted to be used anywhere in the home.
- Chaise Lounge Chairs – this is also known as a long chair. The purpose for this furniture item is for lounging and relaxing. Many people have them either in their bedroom as a décor item or in the lounge to complement their lounge suites. Industrial designers made this into a conceptual piece that was for mainly for aesthetics but soon after it became a chair for comfort.
- Egg Chair – this was a popular trend many years ago. It had a modern and funky shape that made every home owner want it. It curved in all sorts of directions and hugged the sitter comfortably.
- Rocking Chair – the rocking of this piece of furniture is what made it popular. It relaxed babies and the older generation with the simple rocking back and forth on the curvature of the legs. There are modern versions to suit your lounge decor.
- Tulip Chair – this option was released around the same time as the egg chair. The seat curves inwards hugging the sitter and it has a single leg that expands outwards. There are also other versions that have four legs.
The whole idea of the different styles is to help bring your lounge suite to life with your own personal touch. Perhaps select your own material for the furniture upholsterer to cover it for you. These chairs can be used almost anywhere in the house and brings some elegance and spunkiness to the home environment.