By Pasclina Comte. Arm Chair. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 10:35:12 AM.
Tub chairs are a great modern alternative to the typical arm chair seating that we have in our living rooms when we want to great just that little bit of extra seating space without having to have a whole extra sofa cluttering up the room. However, whilst an armchair is indeed the perfect addition to your living room they sometimes have a tendency to look a little bulky and large in smaller spaces and in these cases tub chairs are the perfect replacement! These are very much like arm chairs but instead of the big bulky arm rests and back rests which can sometimes make arm chairs cumbersome, the tub chair is a very sleek and minimalist design that comfortably fits into any room. As the name suggests, these chairs have a very tubular shape and the backrest and arm rests connect together as one single panel that curves around half of the chair. You then have a circular seat in the centre of this which is cushioned and padded for you to sit on. Simple!
Having a leather arm chair in your home is a great addition to you furniture but many people don't realize the importance of leather material. You can place it in the your living room, family room, or the bedroom, no matter where you place it, it's undeniably going to be the ideal compliment to the ambience of your home but it looks outstanding if placed next to Sofa.
Another good thing about brown leather arm chairs is that they are not difficult to keep clean. Because brown is on the darker side of the color scale means that dirt will not get noticed as easily as a lighter color. A simple wipe with a clean cotton cloth is all the maintenance one of these chairs needs. Leather is known to be durable and hard-wearing, plus it never goes out of style. Leather has been used for a very long time, and is still being used today.
There might be occasion where it isn't a straight forward job and needs some more serious work, if there is wood missing or broken for example. You will need to find an experienced joiner to take on the task for you, unless of course you are an experienced joiner yourself. They will be able to find the correct wood grain and finish that you require. If the wood has a stained finish they will be able to work out exactly what you need to get the finish looking as genuine as possible.
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