The eclectic look is a great choice for some people. You can choose eight or nine chairs that do not match. If you really want to throw people off let just two of the chairs match say two natural finished oak rockers. After that let anything go. Choose your furniture not based on whether it matches or fits the color scheme but based on what you like if it is comfortable. Visit second hand stores and yard sales. Just always be on the lookout for some new special find to add to your collection. As long as it is sturdy and comfortable you can always recover or repaint an item.
A living room with no chairs offers great flexibility for your home. You can entertain friends in any number of ways. You are not stuck in a rut with large overstuffed pieces that cannot go anywhere else in the room. Instead you can rearrange the furniture according to the needs of the evening.
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In fact this may have been the first recorded instance of a recliner. Edward Knabusch and Edwin Shoemaker in 1928 came up with what they thought was a great new idea for a reclining chair. Their earliest models reclined whenever you leaned back in them. However these gentlemen were not the only ones who know people liked to relax.
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Tub Chairs - This chair has a semi-circular back with curved arms. To visualize think of half a bath tub that has been upholstered and given legs. The back and arms are one continuous piece with the seat cushion have the option of being attached or detachable. These also have the option of being made with a swivel base if someone wants that added luxury.
Living without a sofa is not a traditional move. Traditions are fine and should be kept in many ways. If you have begun a tradition around Christmas then you are not being ask to stop the tradition. If you have photo albums showing a family tradition that has gone on in your family for years that is wonderful. Great memories are made from these things of the past.
Recliners Gains Wide Popularity. When the 1950´s rolled around most American homes had a recliner or two. There function and style had grown as well. Although during this time the recliner was viewed as a "Man´s" chair. Being able to put your feet up at the end of a long work day was sought after. Recliners became central to family rooms as TV´s grew in popularity.