Add some natural color to your space with a green armchair. This relaxing tone is known to rejuvenate and restore balance — making it the perfect place to relax after a long day or to simply sit and enjoy some quiet time.
There is a huge variety of shades of green and armchair designs, so there is almost certainly a model to suit your space. Choose between everything from bright, verdant greens to dark and rich tones, and design styles ranging from mid-century to Chesterfield to modern minimalist - green armchairs and accent chairs can be suitable for almost any space.
Green, as the color of nature, can also bring a calming and peaceful tone to any space. Green has been proven to have beneficial effects on our well-being, so adding green chairs and benches to our living and dining rooms is a great way of accessing these benefits. You can also pick out the green color using natural tones of plants and flowers elsewhere around the room, adding nature to your space.
Of course, it is not just the living room where a green armchair can add calming style. Green stools and bar stools, benches or even tables and dining chairs can all use the power of green to change your space. Of course, if it is green armchairs for living room sets you want, then this guide to choosing the perfect armchair can help you to make the right choice.
Try to choose an armchair style and tone that matches your existing living room or space. Think about your existing furniture and what kind of green would best accent the color scheme. Or you could be bold and choose a contrasting tone or style for a more eclectic approach to living room design.
Armchair heights normally vary between 16 and 20 inches with overall heights depending on the style of the chair. This is a comfortable sitting height for most people.
The standard depth for an armchair is usually at least 18 inches. This provides the best and most comfortable sitting position for most people. It may be possible to find armchairs that are either deeper or shallower if you have specialist space requirements.