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P & P Office Furniture Supply
(202) 299-0644
913 U St NW
, DC
 
Alperstein's Furniture Store
(202) 783-0100
1015 7th Street NW
Washington, DC
 
Jackson Upholstery
(202) 529-2348
1225 18th St NE
Washington, DC
 
Baker Home Furnishings
(202) 488-4700
300 D St SW Suite 709
Washington, DC
 
Henley Bill
(202) 387-3073
1616 16th St NW
Washington, DC
 
Four Star Inc
(202) 554-2370
441 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Cort Rental
(202) 223-9241
1100 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Brown Jordan
(202) 554-2875
300 D St SW Suite 601
, DC
 
Leon's Upholstry
(202) 882-6112
105 Franklin St NE
Washington, DC
 
Andy Sterns Office Furniture
(202) 296-6800
1050 17th St NW
, DC
 

Recliners - Living Room Furniture

A TV-watcher's second home

Ask any TV-watching man or woman and they'll tell you – a comfortable chair is absolutely essential to the experience. You just can't enjoy the game without a cushy spot for your keister. Recliners could be defined as a smaller version of a couch - they're just as comfortable and just as important to the design of a living room.

Choosing a Recliner

Choosing the perfect chair is important, so it'll help to understand the difference between an armchair and a recliner. An armchair generally allows only for upright sitting, whereas a recliner can be "opened," allowing a person to put their feet up and even lay back, if desired. It all comes down to how like to sit and how you want your room to look.

Many recliners won't look good in a traditional or upscale living room; chairs that are designed to go with these styles are often more expensive and less comfortable. Also, recliners don't come within a living room set, as a rule, so it can be hard to match one to your existing furniture's color and style. However, similar fabrics within the same color family can tie your recliner into your room without a lot of clashing.

If you really want a certain chair but it doesn't come in the fabric you want, you can use a recliner slipcover to match the rest of your furniture. For example, since a leather recliner is popular but expensive, a leather recliner slipcover can achieve the same effect for less.

Recliners tend to suit recreation or rumpus rooms because they have a casual, relaxed look and because there tends to be more room in these spaces. A recliner needs space to, well, recline. Plus, it's often larger in diameter than other chairs. So, you'll have to think about the recliner in relation to the rest of the furniture in your living room. If it's going to dominate the room in an unattractive manner or bump up against the coffee table every time it's opened, maybe it isn't the chair for you.

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