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Lounge Chairs

Let us help you explore a selection of lounge chairs designed to transform your space. Dive into our expert knowledge and explore the vast array of options, also get the best tips to make an informed decision and find the perfect lounge chair for you.

A Lounge Chair can be both functional as well as decorative. We have a range of contemporary and design classics to choose from. Whether you are looking for a statement piece or a chair with specific requirements here are some important things to consider when choosing the right chair for you.

How do you like to relax? Are you looking for a piece that offers the best comfort for the user, consider a design with a high back for increased back and neck support, arms can offer stability when standing up from being seated. Do you like to recline or feel cocooned? Would you like a matching ottoman so that you can stretch out and put your feet up?

Where will the chair be positioned? How will it be used and how much space do you have? Smaller rooms will suit a chair with a smaller footprint and petit proportions. Tonal or lighter coloured upholstery will give the illusion of more space and not overwhelm a space whilst lounge chairs on a grand scale, with generous proportions, in darker tones or contrasting, statement colours are best suited to larger interiors.

Lounge chairs can be flexible pieces of furniture, they can be moved around easily or possibly swivelled depending on the design to accommodate alternative seating situations, engage with others in the room or to take in a view.

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Vitra

Eames Lounge Chair

One of the most iconic furniture designs of the twentieth century is the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956. They set out to develop an updated version of the old English Club chair. The resulting design set new standards in the quality and craftsmanship of a lounge chair, the Eames lounge chair is well proportioned yet elegant and provides ultimate comfort.

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No matter your décor, the Eames lounge chair perfectly blends into any environment, creating a long-lasting appeal

Knoll

Womb Chair

Florence Knoll put forth the challenge of creating “a chair she could curl up in.” In 1948 Eero Saarinen responded with the Womb chair as part of his break through seating collection. The chair is designed to facilitate a relaxed seating posture providing emotional comfort and a sense of security - hence the name Womb now one of Knoll’s most recognisable designs. The original design has now been re-engineered in the Relax version for even more comfort.

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Investing in good design makes sense. It means that your furniture will endure, become part of the family home and will appeal for many years.

Hay

Chisel Chair

Designed for Hay by Norwegian designer Andreas Bergsaker, Chisel Lounge Chair is a contemporary take on the ever-relevant moulded plywood chair. Developed with optimal craftsmanship and ergonomics in mind, the chairs soft, organic seat and backrest provide good support in a visually inviting way. Available in a variety of wood finishes and front upholstery options, its compact size makes it ideal for use in most situations.

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Buy well, buy once

Good quality furniture will last. Our brands embrace sustainable design and manufacturing techniques and we believe that you should buy things once rather than replacing them regulary.

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Repos & Grand Repos

The swivel-based lounge chairs Repos and Grand Repos designed by Antonio Citterio in 2011 are examples of thoroughly well thought out design. The generous padding , inviting armrests and synchronised mechanism concealed beneath the upholstery offers outstanding comfort whilst looking smart. The chairs allow the sitter to move from an upright position to a reclined position for resting with a fully adjustable locking backrest. Matching ottomans are also available. The fully removable covers are available in a choice of fabrics and leathers and all of the plastic components in the inner construction are made of 95% recycled materials.

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