Relaxing Chairs And Loungers Invite You To Lie Back And Relax

The idea of comfort is always associated with furniture pieces such as sofas or chairs and yet not all of them are comfortable. Some designs can be surprising in this sense but if you’re looking for a relaxing chair there are a few styles you should prioritize. Lounge chairs are one option but so are hanging chairs. Then there are also those designs that clearly look comfortable and you just know you’ll feel great when you sit down.

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It’s modern with a little bit of flair from the 70’s. This is the Nautica hanging chair by Mut Design. The chair is made of rattan, introducing a different way of looking at this material. The form is delicate and sculptural, being inspired by the waves of the sea. The structure is surprisingly sturdy even though it looks very lightweight.

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You know this hanging chair is cozy like a cocoon just by looking at it. It comes in two colors, natural and chalk and it’s pretty roomy inside featuring a circular base with a comfortable mattress and lots of cozy cushions. Picture this chair in a garden, hanging from a large tree and surrounded by vegetation. It looks like a giant nest so it will fit right in. (found on dedon}.

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The story of each Tropicalia chair starts with a tubular steel frame. The frame is then covered with colored thread and it starts to take shape. It’s a colorful transformation and the final products is both eye-catching and comfortable. The chair is available in a variety of colors and color combinations, ranging from monochromatic and sophisticated to multicolored and playful.

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The Hanging Egg Chair is an iconic piece which inspired a lot of products, including this one. You could consider this a rustic and less polished version of that chair, with a similar design and obvious differences. It requires cushions in order to truly be comfortable.

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Although simple-looking, the Cala club chair has a strong visual presence, both in the version with a pedestal base and the one with rounded legs. This is a chair you can put out on the deck or on the terrace but which may just as well look nice in a casual dining area. The high backrest adds a plus of comfort while also creating a sense of privacy for the user.

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This is Winnie, an armchair that has that super comfy look that you just know you’re going to love. The seat and backrest are covered with pillows filled with feather. The leather upholstery is extra cozy while also giving the chair a firm and quite elegant look despite the laid-back design and form.

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A chair doesn’t need to be very robust or big to be comfortable and the Judy chair designed by Frank Rettenbacher is a lovely example. It has slender steel legs  and a seat made of stiff polyurethane. The backrest has an exterior made of molded plywood. The cover is removable and available in leather or fabric of different colors.

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Sitting in this chair from Moroso is quite an unusual experience. The design is unconventional and obviously meant to be cozy and comfortable. The idea is to feel like you’re sitting in a nest and curl up in there with a book, you phone or nothing at all and just relax.

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At first sight this may look like the classic lounge chair type but look closer and you’ll discover all sorts of little details that make this piece stand out, things like the sleek design of the metal base or the way the seat and backrest curve gently to the sides to form a shell. This shell are available with a natural walnut effect and the upholstery is available in fabric and leather. You can also get a matching footstool. {found on Bdbarcelona}.

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It’s quite rare to find an armchair with a distinct personality but not if you look in the right places. This, for example, is the Marlon chair by Vincent Van Duysen. Its design is simple, sophisticated and ergonomic. The frame is made of wood and the upholstery is available in both fabric and leather.

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The most beautiful and distinctive characteristic of the Mad Joker lounge chair would have to be its sinuous and graceful form and the fluidity and smoothness of the lines. The backrest wraps around the seat in a very pleasant and comfortable way, making this chair a really great addition to living rooms, studies and even offices.

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When furnishing a seating area or a lounge space, modularity becomes particularly important when you realize you enjoy so many different types of activities, each of which requires a different layout. That’s when modular seating comes into play. Systems like the Apsara deal with this need for flexibility is a practical and stylish way, not to mention it’s also really comfortable.

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It’s somewhere between a lounge chair and a beanbag chair and despite its look it’s quite sturdy. My and My Mini are designed to be comfortable and suitable for casual and relaxed lounge areas, for watching TV or reading. You can put a few of these in the living for your guests or you can have one in a corner of your bedroom.

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The Pala chairs are designed by Luca Nichetto and they have this cool form which follows the curves of the human body. This design allows them to be ergonomic and comfortable and to look chic and stylish at the same time. It’s easy to picture these chairs in just about any contemporary setting.

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Of course, we can’t forget about the most iconic piece of all, the Lounge Chair by Charles & Ray Eames. It’s extraordinary even today which proves that the design is timeless. The chair is a beautiful combination of high-quality materials, craftsmanship and an overall elegant and versatile design.

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The Barcelona Couch is another classic. Designed by 1930, this piece by Mies van der Rohe makes the transition from architecture to furniture displaying a design that can fit in pretty much any type of decor or setting, whether it’s formal, casual, modern, retro or contemporary.