Designer armchairs for comfort and look

McLaren

Original title : Take a seat

From the foyer to the living room; from the bedroom to the office, armchairs encourage relaxation and help personalize your space. Here are 15 perfect options for pulling up a chair.

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Ergonomic and timeless, the Francis armchair by Montauk Sofa is the key to creating a refined space. A matching footrest enhances the comfort of this simply and authentically elegant chair.

Francis by Montauk Sofa
montauksofa.com


Strong, clean symmetrical lines create an unconventional chair with a contemporary silhouette. The perfect balance of espresso leather and finished steel reflect the minimalist approach of designer Thomas Bina, creator of this model for Sonder Living.

Vanessa by Sonder Living
from Avenue Design
avenuedesigncanada.com

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Mixte Magazine - M39-40 - Take a seat

Angular lines and a generous seat characterize the Jaxson armchair, inspired by mid-century design. It is composed of a hammered steel frame and cushions that can be upholstered in leather or fabric.

Jaxson by Mobilart
mobilart.ca


The reclining Runde armchair by Stordal recalls the eponymous Nordic village thanks to its holistic, Scandinavian-inspired design and natural sheepskin. Fresh in summer and warm in winter, this material offers incredible comfort year-round.

Runde by Stordal
bonaldo.ca

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Thanks to its slender steel base and upholstered seat with flowing lines, this armchair designed by Rodolfo Dordoni is incredibly versatile, making it equally at home in the living room, office or dining room.

Kensington from Molteni&C
molteni.it


Covered in olive green velvet, the retro-inspired Dinant swivel chair from Maison Corbeil suits any interior style. It is also incredibly comfortable, thanks to its curved lines and enveloping backrest.

Dinant from Maison Corbeil
maisoncorbeil.com

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The asymmetrical silhouette of Lilia evokes a flower that has just blossomed. Designed by architect and designer Steve Leung for Flou, this small swivel armchair with an organic shape recalls the delicacy of a petal, and is the perfect finishing touch to an elegant décor.

Lilia by Flou
flou.com


Designer Marcio Kogan pays tribute to Japanese design and reinterprets American furniture from the 1950s with his Daiki chair collection. Created using sophisticated wood crafting techniques, the curved shell armchair is made of two elements joined at a 45-degree angle with a sloping backrest that guarantees maximum comfort.

Daiki by Minotti
from Latitude Nord
latitudenord.com

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Designed by Emilio Nanni for Saba Italia, the Kepi armchair offers a generously upholstered seat surrounded by a subtly rounded backrest and armrests that contrast with an industrial-style varnished tubular base, giving it a light and airy appearance.

Kepi by Saba Italia
from Avant-Scène
avant-scene.com


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With Nativ, Raphael Navot has created a collection with fluid organic lines for Roche-Bobois. The spontaneous natural shapes of the seat are crafted by artisans with exceptional expertise.

Nativ by Roche Bobois
roche-bobois.com


These wingback chairs combine a clean, simple base with a traditional seat and backrest. Available in different shades, this model stands out for its piping finish.

Design Louis George
designlouisgeorge.com

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Sophie, whose rounded shell is perched on a delicate metal structure with a satin brass-plated finish, is the height of femininity. Designer Federica Biasi has created a transitional model that will last decades without showing a wrinkle, regardless of whether it is covered in fabric or in leather.

Sophie by Gallotti&Radice
from Charles Virone Concept
cvconcept.com


A veritable icon of the Roche Bobois collections, the Bubble swivel armchair created by Sacha Lakic surprises with its innovative design. Crafted entirely by hand, it inspired the development of a new, stretchy fabric that helps the chair keep its shape and offers a very soft texture. Pictured here in topaz green, it is also available in other colours, fabrics and sizes.

Bubble by Roche Bobois
roche-bobois.com

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Created by Jaime Hayon for Fritz Hansen, this Fri easy chair evokes simplicity and softness, while the brushed aluminium base option creates a contemporary look. Also available with an oak base, the chair can be upholstered in leather or fabric.

Fri by Fritz Hansen
from Avant-Scène
avant-scene.com


The bevelled legs, “folded” backrest and piping on the armrests characterize the Saddle armchair designed by Giuseppe Viganò. It is the perfect spot to curl up with a book in the living room or bedroom. Available in several colours, in leather or fabric.

Saddle from Bonaldo
bonaldo.ca

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