By Leila Lussier. Chair. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 02:21:47 AM.
In this modern age, designer chairs beautify living rooms, offices and outdoor spaces. These chairs are coming into vogue at a fast pace as interior room decorators, and are available in the most captivating designs, craftwork and in a range of colors. Though these chairs are incomparable and cost very high when compared to the ones you use, it is worth the investment. Selecting a particular chair depends upon the occasion or occasions it warrants.
Gondola Chair: Similar to the prow of the gondola Boat, this chair has sloppy armrests. There is, in addition to its beauty, a C-shaped back continuing towards the end of the seat. Initially, this term was used to name the side chairs with open backs, but now any seat that is dramatically curved at its back is called to be a gondola chair. This chair was first invented in the mid 17th Century in France and got very prominent till the end of that century. The varied versions of this is called as barrel or tub, but they are not as heavily designed as the original gondola chair.
Kitchen and dining room chairs are the most common chairs made and most households have at least four of them. Generally, they have four legs, a seat and a back. The seat is most often 16 inches above the ground - the median height for comfort. The back is set at nearly right angles to the seat to encourage an upright posture - most comfortable for eating.
Color: Another important factor to consider before buying these chairs is the color of the fabric. Some colors are trendy but it becomes obsolete with the changing fashion trends. Choose colors which are neutral so that it lasts for a long period of time. It is also important to choose colors that blend well with the decor of your home.
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