There’s nothing dreamier than the idea of a comfy chair nestled into the corner of a bedroom. An extra touch of luxury, it can be the perfect spot to read your favourite book or to simply curl up on at the end of a busy day.
A bedroom chair is your opportunity to add colour, texture and charm to your space, so why not take advantage and incorporate some splendour into the corner of your bedroom?
Leather is known for its luxurious touch and feel, making it a heavenly choice for a bedroom. The Costello chaise shown in Deep Lustre Graphite is a classic 1940s, post-industrial chaise longue updated for the modern day with retro channelling and a smooth shiny metal base. Upholstered in vintage leather, it’s perfect for a lounging spot next to a large window. For a really homely feel, a houseplant and a side table wouldn’t go amiss.
Keep it simple
Even the most humble design can create quite a stir when placed in the right spot. Our Jones chair is a mid-century inspired design with soft subtle curves, a mid-height back and minimal stud detailing. Outfitted in our tactile leathers, Jones injects a sense of warmth and cosiness to a space, making it a great choice for a reading nook. When it comes to choosing the perfect chair, less really can be more.
Make it pop
Colour is known for its mood-boosting qualities and those at the bolder end of the spectrum are perfect for brightening up your home. If you’re starting your vibrant adventure or you’re simply adding to an already bold space, you’re on the right track with a chair in a spritely hue. You’ll instantly be drawn to the beautiful colour and it’s guaranteed to give your bedroom a cool update, that you may not have realised it needed. The simple shape of our Harbour chair is elevated up a notch in bold and beautiful Pandemonium Blossom Tweed fabric. Not only is this chair uber-cosy, but its streamlined style also means it exudes a contemporary yet luxury look.
TIP: create a feature wall by painting it in one bold colour and place your new chair in front of it for the ultimate statement.