The armchairs fit into the living area thanks to the versatility typical of this complement, which allows combinations of colors and materials with a strong scenic impact. The upholstered armchairs are upholstered with fabrics that play with patterns and textures, allowing you to create well-designed contrasts and monochromatic spots. This piece of furniture is available in a variety of shapes, materials and fabrics to match the other elements that make up the furniture of the living area. From metal to wood, from velvet to cotton, the structure and composition of the armchairs contribute to the aesthetics and functionality of an environment, allowing you to customize it with a mix of colors and materials that capture the attention in a space.
Armchairs for the living area: when aesthetics and functionality meet
From iconic models to innovative products, the armchairs enrich the living area with models with ever-changing designs and contribute to creating a convivial atmosphere. The first variable to consider when choosing an armchair is the material. Leather, fabric and velvet are the alternatives that are often chosen. Leather armchairs are an effective part of a classic style furnishing project, ranging from lighter shades to darker shades. Fabric armchairs, on the other hand, play with the upholstery: from pastel colours to more decisive chromatic contrasts, they can satisfy any need for style. In any case, the armchair remains an indispensable piece of furniture when you want to give character to the living area or you simply want to combine a comfortable seat with the sofa in the living room. It is not by chance, in fact, that the two furnishings often go together, either out of necessity due to the spaces, or out of a purely aesthetic choice.
Shapes, styles and uses of an iconic product
An armchair is a furnishing accessory for the living area that transforms a corner of the room with shapes, fabrics and colour combinations. From the classic round shapes and soft volumes of iconic models, to modern armchairs that play with thin metal structures, this product is essential to complete the living area and at the same time offer pleasant moments of relaxation. It is not necessary to have so much space to own it, it is important to have an idea of what its function will be: reading a book, watching TV, enjoying a massage or working from home are just some of the features that it can take.
An armchair for every need
When you think of an armchair, it has always been spontaneous and practical to imagine it as a piece of furniture used for relaxation, rather than a moment dedicated to oneself that is this work rather than a moment of pause. Over the years it has evolved and had to adapt to the dynamics of time, leaving the ideal of passive furniture and becoming an ally for increasingly demanding users. Armchairs with a Bluetooth connection, for example, or with integrated speakers and amplifiers, for example, are a clear sign of this. We are mainly talking about chairs for contract areas, but this does not mean that they can be placed in young and dynamic environments as only a children's bedroom can be. One thing is certain: in living rooms, or in living environments, whether they are modern or classic, relaxation armchairs will never cease to be an adequate and indispensable complement.
Bean bag: an armchair out of the box
Saying bean bag is the same as saying Zanotta: it was the first brand to take the concept of comfort and relaxation to the extreme back in 1968, creating the Sacco collection. In the world of design it can be considered one of the iconic pieces of the 20th century: it will also be selected for the Compasso D'Oro award in 1970, as well as being exhibited in the most important museums in the sector, MoMa in New York, Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and Triennale Design Museum in Milan, to name but a few. It is a product that over the years can boast an unlimited number of imitations but that in principle is absolutely easy and practical to replicate: it is a bag - in fact - generally filled with balls of polystyrene foam and high strength thanks to the chosen coating, can be placed indoors rather than become a garden chair bag to be placed next to a pool or to be placed in the middle of a lawn.
Bedside armchairs for sudden guests
Who knows how many times you will understand that you will receive a sudden visit or that you will have to somehow solve the problem of hosting a friend or relative for the night. In these cases, if the house and the size allow it, having a spare bed or a sofa bed can only be the most obvious answer. However, when the space in the house is becoming scarce and there is no possibility of having a room dedicated to guests, the armchairs bed are the ideal solution, with minimal effort. They are to all intents and purposes design armchairs, which, however, in a few simple steps, can become comfortable single beds or single and half square beds. These armchairs are equipped with a tilt mechanism that, thanks to a few simple steps, allows you to transform it into a comfortable and comfortable bed. The mattress is obviously included in the structure - only folded - and the same goes for the staves. As in these cases, but not only, the choice of armchairs with removable cover rather than fixed upholstery becomes fundamental, considering the need to have a spare bed always clean and tidy, as well as hygienically at the top.
Garden armchairs the real must-have of the outdoors
To design an outdoor area in the best possible way, it is necessary to start with the seats, which must be comfortable, long and easy to transport. The garden armchairs enclose all these features in a single complement and complete the environment giving personality and style. The polyethylene garden armchairs are certainly the most sought after and desired because of the easy maintenance and cleaning, an aspect certainly to keep in mind and that distinguishes them from the armchairs for indoor living environments. The outdoor positioning makes the furniture subject to atmospheric agents, perturbations, wind and UV rays. Having armchairs - but in general furniture - resistant to all this will allow your living room to last without the signs of time conditioning the final aesthetic result.
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