I am a self professed chair lover. And I know many of you are too. My clients gravitate to particular styles and particular chair features. So the focus of this post is about choosing chair features for a luxurious, comfortable chair experience.
Some Important Questions for Chair Features Consideration
- How and where will this chair go?
- What do you want this chair to do?
- Try a swivel and/or glider as I know someone in your home will want one.
- Right size your chair! Are you on the short or tall size?
- How will the chair ‘fit’ into your home. Scale matters.
- Details make the difference ~ tufting, welt, down,
- Absolutely take a sit test as comfort matters
- Finally, get the best quality you can afford. You will be happy you did I promise.
Do you know about Hygge (pronounced “hoo-guh”? this is the hot, hot trend now.
Per the web and dictionary, hygge is an Oxford Dictionary’s finalist for 2016’s word of the year. I’m told that hygge is how the Danes make their long winters bright and land themselves at the top of the list of the world’s happiest people. Hygge is enjoying moments of comfort and relaxation, contentment and well-being, savoring life’s indulgences, having a heart of gratitude.
In these stressful times, a sanctuary is necessary to relax, rest and de-stress. As I say on my website, “Guiding us, in all our designs, is a belief that no matter where we are, every day, we yearn to return to our home, to that one place that feels like us and that renews us. Our design work honors that belief, and we fulfill it in the design for our clients’ homes.”