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Seat of satisfaction

Having said that, feel free to choose armchairs that stand apart.

Published: 25th June 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th June 2016 11:36 AM   |  A+A-

Seat of Satisfac

Looks matter when it comes to a chair, but what matters even more is comfort. Because a seat that doesn’t invite you to sink in, may just as well not exist. Having said that, feel free to choose armchairs that stand apart. Even if your overall decor isn’t eclectic, chairs count as separate pieces and can coexist with all kinds of furniture beautifully. Try these for size. Each is a conversation starter.

Fusion chair, from Danish brand BoConcept. Upholstered in light grey felt, it measures 29” (height) x 38” (width) x 30” (depth) and costs  Rs 1,78,55. 

nakh@boconcept.in

Seat.jpgThe low-back is part of Fabindia’s new range of Accent Chairs. Made of mango wood, with mid-century curved lines and traditional craftsmanship, it can fit into your den as easily as your bedroom. Costs Rs 19,900 and is available at the brand stores as well as www.fabindia.com

The charming Edwin Club is the brainchild of Aradhana Anand, Limon Design. It measures 36” (height) x 27” (width) x 27” (depth) and costs Rs 35,000.

info@limon-design.com

Seat of Satisfaction.jpgThe ‘Amour’ solid wood armchair, with a natural finish and white upholstery, is available at online home store zansaar.com. It costs Rs 21,375 and measures 22” (width) x 22” (breath) and 32” (depth).



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