By Leila Lussier. Chair. Published at Saturday, March 03rd, 2018 - 21:30:47 PM.
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.
If we can recall about how many types of chairs have we used in our life at our home, schools or anywhere else, we can barely name more than two of them. But, the family includes very rarely known members also, in fact, there are numerous more designs whose names are hardly even heard of. So read the following to get introduced to a few of them:
Fauteuil Chair: Pronounced as 'Foe-toy', This chair has a literal meaning as an armchair. This uniquely designed upholstered armchair was born in the late 1600 BC and got to taste the fame in the early 18th Century. With its use by the esteemed Emperor Louis XIV, this chair got more modified with the passage of time. This ornate design was supposedly used by mostly the men in the society. Therefore, another version of this prestigious chair, named Fauteuil à la Reine, was invented only for the use of Queen.
Booster seats are necessary add-ons once the child starts to experiment with his or her arms and legs. Toddlers are an impatient lot and they must be secured firmly to their chairs while being allowed adequate space for free movement. Booster seats have comfortable belts that prevent the child from tipping over or falling from the chair. Booster seats also allow children to sit at the same height as the rest of the family at meals and parents can feed their babies while having dinner themselves.