Sharlene Quaranta. Bedroom Chair. April 16th , 2018.
What kind of furniture do you have in your bedroom? Do you have a place to sit and chill out that isn’t your bed? If not, you might want to add some lounge seating into the mix. Even if you don’t have room for a full couch, you can bring in bean bag chairs and floor loungers to make the space even more welcoming. Comfy lounge chairs don’t take up a lot of space, and they’re usually easy to move around too. Whether you get one chair for yourself or a small collection so friends can hang out in your room, these great ideas can make your lounge complete.
Hotel Providence possesses a stunning suite featuring the MALAY velvet armchair by BRABBU CONTRACT. The piece’s superb fabric color constrasts in the best way with the golden tones of the walls and bed sheets. Admire all the details of the room that have been meticulously thought through.
Treat your feet: Another way to define your lounge area and make it extra comfortable is by putting a cushy, shaggy rug on the floor underneath. This gives you something plush to sink your toes into as you do your homework or hang out with friends. Choose a boldly colored rug if you want your lounge area to stand out, or pick out something glamorous and neutral like a snowy white shag rug to add a touch of sophistication to your lounge area. The right rug can make the floor feel comfortable so you’ll always have a place to spread out.
The original silhouette of Sorrento Chair by Jonathan Adler may remind you of a paper boat thanks to its square and triangular forms. This quite playful design is light yet imposing but remains overall extremely inviting, notably for a few moments of peace accompanied by music or a good book. This is definitely a modern chair you should consider.
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