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The 10 Best Recliners  Jan 2018

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Your Guide To Buying a Recliner

By Dennis McGlothin

    There’s a reason that “recliner” has become pretty much synonymous with relaxing at the end of the day. When it comes to giving you a perfect place to relax, a recliner is the right—and maybe only—tool for the job. Also, because they tend to be relatively large and have plenty of stuffing, a well-made recliner should last you for years. That’s why you should look at a recliner as an investment for your living room, and here are some ways to get the most out of it.

    Traditional: Traditional recliners are pretty much the ones most people have come to expect when they see the word—the big, usually overstuffed chair sitting in the corner.

    • Traditional recliners are traditional for a reason—they’re among the most comfortable chairs available, which makes them perfect for people looking for a simple, comfortable seat.

    Plug-In: These recliners come with extras such as heating elements and vibrating massagers.

    • Although they cost more than traditional models, it’s hard to beat plug-in recliners and all they can do. That makes them the perfect recliner if you have some extra money and are willing to pay for the best.

    Recliner/ footrest set: The standard recliner features a chair with a built-in footrest. With these recliners, the chair and footrest (or ottoman) come as separate pieces.

    • These chairs tend to be lighter and more mobile, so they’re a great choice if you have a smaller space or don’t feel like moving heavy furniture around the room.

    Here are some of the things that reviewers have pointed out when talking about their recliner purchases:

    • Craftsmanship: This is one of the most common themes in product reviews, and with good reason: there’s no point in spending good money on a piece of furniture that will need to be replaced in a couple of months. The best recliners stand up to heavy use and last for years.
    • Assembly: Since recliners are usually shipped in two or more pieces, they need to be put together once they arrive. Good models are easy to put together without requiring a lot of tools or mechanical expertise.
    • Size: This is a matter of personal preference. Some reviewers praise “oversized” recliners with deep seats and lots of cushioning, while others go for sleeker models. It all comes down to what they—and you—are looking for in a chair.

    Size: Think about the amount of space you have before committing to a recliner. Look for one that will fit comfortably into the room and still give you plenty of space to move around (and for your other things).

    Accessories: If you buy a plug-in recliner, chances are it will come with a number of accessories. However, these days even simpler recliners come with things like cup holders and pockets for books and magazines, so you shouldn’t have any problem finding a recliner with all of the bells and whistles you want.

    Style: Don’t think that you have to settle for a recliner that doesn’t fit with the rest of your living room décor. The different recliner types can all be found in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and materials, so you should have no problem finding the best fit for your decorating tastes.

    There are many excellent furniture manufacturers out there, but here are some that are doing great work in the online marketplace:

    Homelegance: Homelegance is an American furniture wholesaler. Founded in 1984, the company produces furniture for every room in the house. Although they do not sell directly to consumers, their products are offered on a number of websites.

    Flash Furniture: Flash Furniture is an American furniture producer and seller. The company makes a wide variety of furnishings for home, office, and events, which can be purchased either directory from the company or through online retailers.

    Comfort Products: Comfort Products is an American manufacturer and the most established of the companies on this list, with a history that goes back to 1919. As their name suggests, the company’s focus is on making people comfortable, which they do with a wide variety of products, from furniture to car accessories.

    T&D Enterprises: T&D Enterprises is an American furniture manufacturer that offers a variety of home and office furniture and equipment.

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