Use Reclining Chairs to Revamp and Refresh your Home

Use Reclining Chairs to Revamp and Refresh your Home

Are you redoing your living room or home? It’s the season for a fresh start, and where is a better place to start than your home! Revamping or renovating your space is the perfect way to feel refreshed, and making just a few changes can make a huge difference. If you’ve had a hard year, or if you’re just looking for some change or a project, redecorating the home has been shown to give you the boost of energy you need. They say change is as good as a holiday, so  get your creative juices flowing with some paint, fabric swatches and a furniture catalogue.

Reclining Chairs

Reclining chairs are no longer a piece of furniture just for your grandpa, they are stylish, come in many different colours and materials, and can be the centrepiece of a room. It is often a great idea to pick a centrepiece such as a statement chair and build the room around it. Choosing a statement reclining chair can transform your space from a run of the mill living room into something your friends and family will comment on every time. And you will enjoy coming home to a comfortable reclining chair to lounge on after a long day at work. The best chairs are both comfortable and stylish.

Reclining chairs are the perfect alternative to a traditional couch or lounge. Adding one to your lounge room in lieu of a large couch can be an excellent choice for a small or compact space. Using a reclining chair means you can save on space, but not compromise on comfort! Reclining chairs have a had a resurgence since the traditional brown leather numbers you might have seen in your grandparents’ home or on a 90s sitcom. These chairs have been modernised and now only bear a small resemblance. Modern reclining chairs are sleek and stylish, and available in every combination of colour and material you can imagine. Some reclining chairs will come with a matching footrest stool that you can use to rest your feet, a drink, or can be used as an extra seat.

Buying furniture

Furniture shopping can often be an overwhelming or stressful experience. What materials do you want? Where should you look? How much should you spend? Buying furniture doesn’t have to be that hard! In fact, it can be quite enjoyable. Before you even step into the shop, be sure to think about a few things. How much can you and do you want to spend? Furniture can be very expensive, however it may be worth investing in something good quality if you can. Next, do your research. Look online and at catalogues to get an idea of what each furniture store has to offer and how they all compare on price and quality.  It is also suggested that you look into warranties and whether the furniture store offers a quality guarantee. It is important to take your time when selecting your furniture, as a rushed decision will only end in you taking home a piece you’re not happy with!

Accessorising your home

So you’ve done all the big things. What’s next? To complete your space, and to tie all your new purchases together, you might like to buy some accessories and smaller home decor. Don’t underestimate the power of a throw rug, cushions, or floor mat. It’s important not to overdo it, as you don’t want your space to look cluttered or messy. A few carefully selected pieces will tie your room together and make it look professionally decorated.

Choosing a simple colour palette like this one will make it easy to decorate, yet will provide excellent results. Using one colour with greyscale will make your home look professional, clean, and well put together. Additionally, it will be simple to change up your decor by simply swapping out the colour! This gives you the chance to decorate seasonally; you will have a completely different look with just a few simple swaps of the pillows. You could also use a monochrome palette throughout your home and use a different accent colour in each room, making your home completely cohesive, yet still interesting. Do some research online and in furniture catalogues for some inspiration and ideas.