By Janine Laffitte. Chair. Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 09:06:04 AM.
They say that form follows function, and that's never more true than when it comes to chairs design. Over the year, the simple block on which to seat yourself has taken on design changes and elements to suit any specific chair for particular purposes. There are chairs for lounging, chairs for working, chairs for dining, chairs for feeding baby in and chairs for just about any purpose you can imagine. Take a look at the particular design specifics that go into suiting a chair for a particular task.
Rococo: The most decorated type of historical chair is a Rococo chair, which has two C-shaped knots, appearing interlaced just like a ribbon or a bow. This came into existence with the beginning of the 18th Century. One modification of this chair is a ladder-back chair which is prominently used today.
Historic Corner Chair: These are the most precisely designed corner chairs that can be an absolute space saver if you nestle it towards any corner of your house. The armchair has diagonally attached, square seats that have leg supporting the seat at all the four corners. The special feature about this is that the backrest is at a right angle, and its legs can be straight or cabriole.
Types: These chairs can be differentiated according to their types. There are different types of chairs to choose from. The Carolina is a traditional chair with a blend of contemporary appearance. It is ideal for chic and elegant home decors. It has a T-shaped cushion with rolled upholstered arms. Another variety is the Regent which has a chic appearance with no arms and slanted back. Another popular variety is the Elise which is an arm chair with upholstery. It can swivel to a complete 360 degree. It is also known as the swivel chairs.
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